Pascali's Island - Section 15 Summary & Analysis

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Pascali, as promised, travels again to the site to assist Bowles in digging out the bronze statue. After a short meal provided by Bowles, the two men begin to work as Bowles confides in Pascali. He tells of his youth, and his passion for history and archeology. Upon his father's death, however, Bowles was forced to obtain employment in an insurance office, filing his days with columns of numbers. Giving the position up, Bowles began his travels abroad, explaining his interest in the story of Hogan. He and Hogan had much in common, in that both left valid employment for the excitement of travel. Pascali suddenly realizes that he has for so long mistaken Bowles intentions, because the two men share the same view of the world, one of parallels and symbolism. As Bowles continues, he speaks of his honesty in archeological facts, stating that at no...

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