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Pascali's Island Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 6 Summary

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Section 6 Summary

Pascali recounts his visit to Lydia's home prior to his meeting with Bowles. As he enters the studio, he sees Lydia in a turban and a flowing white gown. Pascali admits his lack of comfort in the studio, as there is a large amount of sunlight. Lydia notices Pascali is losing weight, and he is delighted. As they talk of island matters, Pascali thinks of Lydia's descriptions of the Sultan as she travels throughout Constantinople. According to Lydia, the Sultan no longer leaves the palace without cover, even traveling by covered carriage to worship services. It is rumored the Sultan keeps a revolver in each room of the palace and constantly fears assassination. Pascali exclaims in his report that, if true, these rumors disappoint him. Pascali believes the Sultan to be his last hope of revenge against the administration, and if he is afraid, as is Pascali...

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