Calvino has a very distinct yet interesting way of introducing all of his chapters. In chapter 3, Calvino begins by talking about how a reader develops interest in a book and becomes very intrigued in the story but soon as he begins to get to the climax, suddenly there are pages missing. This printing mistake leads the main character to go back to the bookstore to return the book. When he meets and eventually sets out to meet Ludmilla at the University, the chapter began to confuse me. The main character gets lost trying to find the right department. The professor was very strange,negative and unclear. He talks about how the Cimmerian language is old and how it has dissappeared. He seems to have some sort of protection over Ludmilla. His attitude suddenly changes when the main character says that he is interested in learning about the Cimmerian language.