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

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Home, p. 274 – 308. The next day, after Dona Amelia and a cleaning and repair crew arrive, Peter takes Odo into town. They visit a café, where Odo quickly endears himself to some of the people of the village. When he returns to the house with Odo, Peter is happily surprised to discover that Dona Amelia and the others have turned it into a clean, welcoming home. After sorting out the financial arrangements and learning that the nearest community to do business is Braganca, Peter leaves Odo alone at the house and goes into the city. There he does his banking and calls the doubtful Ben, explaining that he can be contacted by leaving a message at the village café. He then calls the more supportive Teresa, who teases him about searching out the family home and long-lost relatives, and then asks tenderly about both...

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