The High Mountains of Portugal - Part 3, Section 2 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 255 – 274. After arriving at the airport in Lisbon, Peter makes sure all his and the still-sleeping Odo’s papers are in order, and then realizes he forgot to make a key arrangement: transportation. Struggling to communicate with the people at the airport who only speak Portuguese (“He remembers from long-ago conversations between his parents that this is what Portuguese sounds like, a slurred mournful whisper”) (256), he finds his way to a car dealership. There, he purchases a car that, in its basic construction and design, has a great many similarities to the car driven by Tomas in Part 1. Peter makes his way back to the airport, finds that Odo is still sleeping and loads him into the car, learns that it will take about ten hours of driving to get to the High Mountains, and sets off, planning to do the same as...

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