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Pascali's Island Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 12 Summary

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Section 12 Summary

Pascali waits at the hotel for Bowles to return, but he does not. As Pascali walks through the market towards his home, he sees three unknown men purchasing fruit and observes them. As they separate, Pascali follows one of them, a large white man with gaps in his teeth. The man turns into a bar called the Agoraki, and as Pascali peers unseen through the window, he sees Bowles speaking to the man, laughing. Pascali waits across the street, and as Bowles comes from the bar with the man, they shake hands, and part ways. Pascali calls to Bowles, and questions his failure to appear. Bowles nonchalantly states he was unable to come. When Pascali asks to speak with him, Bowles leads him to the bar he just exited.

As the two share a beer, Pascali questions Bowles about the man with which he spoke. Bowles says...

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