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A Bell for Adano by John Hersey PDF

By John Hersey

This vintage novel and winner of the Pulitzer Prize tells the story of an Italian-American significant in global conflict II who wins the affection and admiration of the neighborhood townspeople while he searches for a alternative for the 700-year-old city bell that have been melted down for bullets via the fascists. even though stituated in the course of probably the most devastating studies in human historical past, John Hersey's tale speaks with unflinching patriotism and humanity.

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All this, both the heavy furniture and the ironic pictures, seemed placed there merely to press the eye toward the opposite end of the room, toward the biggest picture in the room, a romantic oil of a group of men pointing into the distance, and especially toward the desk. The scale of everything in that room was so big that hugeness in the desk did not seem unnatural. It was of wood. On either end there were wooden bas-reliefs of fasces and of the phrase Anno XV, for the fifteenth year of Fascism, or 1937, when the desk was presumably made.

Read the proclamations. ” And Mercurio Salvatore moved the drum around behind him and marched off to the several other places convenient for shouting, and in his own way he told the people about the changes which were to come. Chapter 3 FATHER PENSOVECCHIO could not remember when so many people had come to the Church of Sant’ Angelo. Perhaps he had not been without guile when he had mentioned to ten or twelve people, quite casually, that the American Major would be in Church in the morning, and that he himself had something to say about the Americans.

Said Laura Sofia, who was not the wife of anyone and at her age was not likely to be ever. ” jibed Maria Carolina, wife of the noisy cartman Afronti.

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