The Shadow of the Wind - True to Character 1951 -1953: Chapters 11 - 12 Summary & Analysis

Carlos Ruiz Zafón
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True to Character 1951 -1953: Chapters 11 - 12 Summary

For a while life returns to normal for Daniel. His boyhood crush on Clara recedes and his obsession about the book and Julian Carax seems to dwindle. Business at the bookshop picked up and soon Daniel's father needs an assistant. Daniel remembers the beggar who helped him that fateful night of his birthday. Daniel and his father take Fermin Romero Torres in, clean him up and hire him as a helper in the bookshop. As he had claimed knowledge of espionage, they make him responsible for digging out old books that their clients request. They soon discover that Fermin has been a victim of torture and still is traumatized by this suffering. Another aspect is Fermin's love of women and a new found love for cinema. It was during an afternoon film session that Daniel suddenly saw...

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