Foreign News: Again Caviglioli

Tourists in Corsica this summer have wanted to see the birthplaces of those two native sons, Napoleon Bonaparte and Paris' Chief of Police Jean Chiappe; they have wanted to see the mountains and the peasant dances and a flock of wild mouflon* and then they have wanted to see a real Corsican bandit.

Hotel proprietors smiled patronizingly, assured their guests that there were no more bandits in Corsica, "not since the great Romanetti was shot." Porters and humble shopkeepers were not so sure. "There is always Caviglioli," they muttered. Nobody had seen Caviglioli,...

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