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The Fencing Master Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter VII, pages 200-207 Summary

Arturo Pérez-Reverte
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Chapter VII, pages 200-207 Summary

Campillo says that Don Jaime has behaved like a child. Don Jaime agrees and says that he wanted to protect Dona Adela. Campillo asks why Don Jaime did not disclose the whole truth, and Don Jaime says that he loved Dona Adela.

Campillo says that Don Jaime is lucky to have survived. He is surprised that Don Jaime at his age prevailed against two professional killers. Campillo says that there is something innocent or naïve about Don Jaime, and he doubts that even now Don Jaime realizes the danger he is in. Campillo suggests that Don Jaime stay away from his residence and even leave Madrid for a while. He says that the killers may return. Don Jaime says that he will consider Campillo's warning.

Another policeman comes to Campillo's office and says that Carceles has died. Campillo says that...

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