The Sicilian - Chapters 23-24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23-24 Summary

The one thing Turi did was to unite all of the political parties against himself. The war against banditry would be headed by Colonel Ugo Luca with Frederice Velardi as his assistant. The Cardinal had delivered the message of Turi's Testament. Don Croce had already decided that Turi's execution was a necessity as a result of the murder of the six chiefs. They must find the Testament before doing anything to Turi.

Colonel Luca studied Turi and his methods. He was rather impressed with Turi. It amazed him that the government allowed the press to publish his letters, a practice that Luca wanted stopped. It is Luca who ordered the arrest of Turi's parents and other people in Montelepre. This is what infuriated Turi. Turi made his plans and discussed them with Aspanu. The others would learn their part later.

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