The Leopard - Study Guide Chapter 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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"The Troubles of Don Fabrizio," pp 104 - 125. Back in the present, the Prince contemplates what he believes to be the historical significance of the vote and also its deeper meaning (see "Quotes", p. 104), which leads him to ask Ciccio what the people of Donnafugata really think of Calogero. Ciccio speaks at angry length of how many people dislike Calogero in spite of, or perhaps because of, his embodiment of a harsh reality - that "every coin spent in the world must end in someone's pocket." The Prince then asks the question that's really on his mind - what is Angelica truly like? Ciccio speaks rapturously of her beauty, grace and sophistication, and then speaks crudely about how her family's coarseness seems to have not affected her. The Prince firmly tells him that from now on, because she and Tancredi are to be married, she must...

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