The Sicilian - Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1-2 Summary

The Sicilian, by Mario Puzo, is the exciting story of Turi Guiliano who is a legendary bandit in Sicily. He became a bandit by accident. Having killed a police officer who shot him, he fled to the mountains and became a bandit to survive. However, she had rules and principles that had to be followed. Half of the band's profits had to be given to the poor and this is why he and his band were legendary and supported by the people.

Michael Corleone has been in exile for two years in Sicily. He is due to meet Don Croce Malo to arrange for Salvatore Guiliano's escape from Sicily. He walked across the pier toward three men, Father Benjamino Malo, Inspector Frederico Velardi, and Stefan Andolini. After introduction, they all get into the car. They drive to the Hotel Umberto where...

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