chapter  153
The Petralian—Lu Pitralisi
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In response, the Casteltermian said, “My friend, didn’t we warn you not to lift your hat, otherwise you’d lose your judgment.”

The story ends here, for the swindlers devoured his money, and the Calabrian went away-poor, desperate, and with his head eaten by the mouse. Told by Felice Sciarotta and collected by Gaetano Di Giovanni in Casteltermini.