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Pascali's Island Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 13 Summary

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Section 13 Summary

Pascali visits Doctor Hogan, needing a kind conversation, and information. As the two men talk, Pascali asks about the identity of the American seen talking to Bowles, and Hogan confirms the man was Smith, the American fisherman. According to Hogan, Lydia says Smith is leaving soon. Hogan also speaks of the fall of the Empire, as Abdul-Hamid, the Sultan, cowers in his palace, trusting only his harem and guards. A republic is being claimed in the north, showing the rebellion against the Empire. Pascali is disheartened, and Hogan expresses concern about his health. On leaving, Pascali asks Hogan is he knows of Mannfeldt, the firm Pascali saw on the letter in Pasha's office. Hogan states that the firm is an armament firm of Germany, and that Gesing would know of them. When asks about terra rossa, a phrase seen by Pascali on the map in the office...

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