The High Mountains of Portugal - Part 3, Section 4 Summary & Analysis

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Homecoming, p. 308 – 332. One day, Ben shows up unexpectedly. He and Peter are happy to see each other, and Ben makes a wary acquaintance with Odo. A few days later, Odo brings Peter a battered paperback that he has found – Appointment with Death, translated into Portuguese. When Peter asks where Odo found it, Odo gestures outside to an open suitcase which contains, among other things, feathers, dice, tools, a bit of red cloth, and an envelope containing a bit of hair that Peter thinks is very much like Odo’s. He also discovers another envelope, containing the pathology report of a man named Rafael Castro, a report in which its author, Eusebio Lozora, swears that he took a small chimpanzee and a small bear out of the man’s torso. Peter decides to take the report, along with the family photo album, to Dona...

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