The Shoemaker's Wife - Chapter 6: A Blue Angel Summary & Analysis

Adriana Trigiani
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Since Ciro hasn't finished digging the grave, Stella's casket is buried some four feet down covered with flowers and greenery for the graveside service. After the family and mourners leave, Ciro realizes he's left with Enza and Spuzzo, the dog, to watch and support him as he completes digging. Once he reaches seven feet. Enza jumps into the grave to help Ciro position the casket. Also, she can't part company with her little sister. As they leave the cemetery in twilight accompanied by the dog Spuzzo and his wagging tail, Ciro sees that Enza is far more beautiful than Concetta Martocci. Besides her physical beauty, Enza is attuned to the feelings of others—unlike Concetta who is too narcissistic and focused on her own beauty to be open to others' feelings, Ciro decides.

He confesses to Enza that he's had an...

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