Pascali's Island - Section 5 Summary & Analysis

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Section 5 Summary

Pascali travels to the office of Izzet to arrange the meeting between Pasha and Bowles. After polite conversation, Pascali breaches the subject of the lease, portraying Bowles as a naive Englishman, knowing that to do otherwise would arouse suspicion already existent. Pascali knows that in the current environment of spy activities, broken loyalties, and fears of invasion, he must proceed with caution. Making sure to mention the money Bowles is willing to pay, Pascali succeeds in arousing interest, and Izzet agrees to arrange a meeting in the morning.

In his report, Pascali then recalls his visit to Lydia's home. As he walks toward her studio, Pascali hears the bleating of sheep and knows they will soon be slaughtered for the Sacrifice Festival. He describes his surroundings to the fullest detail, including the brilliant white of the houses and the railed balconies. As three individuals pass on horse...

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