The Italian, or, the Confessional of the Black Penitents - Section 6: Chapter 12 and 13 Summary & Analysis

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Section 6: Chapter 12 and 13 Summary

In chapter twelve, Ellena fears recognition during the concert and worries when she does not see Vivaldi. She finally sees him approach and deposit a paper near her. Ellena fears discovery when a nun nears the note, but eventually Ellena retrieves Vivaldi's note and returns to her room to read it. Though it is past the time Vivaldi's note appoints, Olivia helps Ellena reach Vivaldi, and Ellena thanks the nun for her help as she leaves with Vivaldi and brother Jeronimo. They find the gate at the end of the passage locked, and Vivaldi threatens to kill Jeronimo if he has betrayed them. Jeronimo leaves Ellena and Vivaldi in the passage while he returns to the shrine. A noise reveals an aged friar who tells them that they have been betrayed. The friar helps them by unlocking the gate...

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