Bronek contemplates the Jewish ghetto in his own Zakopane.
The Old Man explains to the Paul brothers why there is no such place as hell.
Sam made old man Procopio think he was his manager. It made the old man feel like a big shot.
Harold Huck’s wartime pal Bobby lures Harold to the Berkshire Hills to buy a gas station.
Tobit reflects on the labor of his fellow slaves as he and Davie run behind their masters’ carriage on the way to the games at Due West.
Jimmy Huck’s first recollection of life.
After Episcles tells the story of young Theagenes and the statue of Herakles, the travelers retire and Helen soothes their heavy hearts with another song.
Flap Jack and Robert invite the Old Man home for supper.
Tobit’s father greets the new arrivals at Nineveh and encourages them to smile.