The Italian, or, the Confessional of the Black Penitents - Section 11: Chapter 23, 24 and 25 Summary & Analysis

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Section 11: Chapter 23, 24 and 25 Summary

In chapter twenty-three, Schedoni passes a sleepless night and summons the guide the next morning to ask about Spalatro. The guide reveals that Spalatro is believed to have been the murderous agent of the Barone di Cambrusca. Schedoni interrupts the guide halfway through his story, gives him a stiletto and dismisses him with the warning to be careful near the deserted village in case Spalatro is still there. Spalatro and Ellena depart immediately, and as Ellena renews her pleas, Spalatro begins to see the wisdom of Ellena going to the convent of Santa Maria della Pieta rather than somewhere that he must introduce her. Ellena is overjoyed when he agrees to her plan. When Ellena asks about Vivaldi, Schedoni promises to acquaint her with anything he hears about her beloved. Schedoni leaves Ellena to further his purposes.

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