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Pascali's Island Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 7 Summary

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Section 7 Summary

As Pascali readies for the meeting with Pasha, he is again disturbed by Bowles' consistent maintenance of a sense of moral superiority. However, as he dresses in a linen suit, ruby ring, and handkerchief, Pascali feels good about himself. He meets Bowles at the hotel, and the two travel by coach to Pasha's estate. A soldier, armed with a rifle, greets them, and as Pascali states their business, Bowles becomes impatient, taking a step towards the soldier, who proceeds to point his gun directly at Bowles' chest. Izzet emerges from the house and dismisses the guard, telling Pascali to explain to Bowles that they are understandably suspicious of foreigners, particularly the English, since they are "dangerous" people. The trio sits and waits for Pasha and as Pascali translates Bowles and Izzet's small talk, he is able to look around the room at the many expensive imports. He...

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