The Sicilian - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-12 Summary

Turi's band continued to grow. Even the Corporal from the police appeared and said he wanted to join. He had been court-martialed for dereliction of duties since Maresciallo believed he helped Turi in the jail break. Instead of a court-martial, he was forced to resign. Turi allows Silvestro to join, telling the others that they will test him when the time comes.

Turi went to visit his family for Easter having been told that Maresciallo and most of the police were gone for the holiday. As he walks out of church, Aspanu says he was betrayed and his mother's house was surrounded. He and his men return to the mountains and Turi tells Aspanu to find out who the traitor is. Aspanu's investigation reveals that Frisella, the barber in Montelepre, was the informer. Turi's father had been to the barber in...

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