The Days of Abandonment - Chapters 29 - 34 Summary & Analysis

Elena Ferrante
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Chapter 29 (133-136)

Olga stands out on her balcony with Illaria and uses a roll of string and a metal bar to try to break Gianni’s window the floor below. As she does so, she feels contempt for and imagines Carrano. The glass breaks and she and Illaria shout for Carrano but hear nothing in reply but a dog, feebly barking in the distance.

Chapter 30 (136-139)

Olga asks Illaria to open the lock and Illaria tells Olga that opening locks was her job and that she was stupid because she always had trouble with locks. Then she reminded Olga of the time they had gone to a countryhouse and had not been able to get in. That night they had slept in the car and waited to be let in the house the following morning when Mario arrived with Carla. Twice in this...

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