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Bless Me, Ultima

Summary: Small details and events in a piece of literature can lead to greater events with a meaningful purpose. This is especially true in "Bless Me, Ultima" by Rudolfo A. Anaya. Antonio, the main character, moves from childhood to adolescence as he strives to construct his own moral decisions and to accept responsibility for his actions.
In Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo A. Anaya, Antonio, the main character, moves from childhood to adolescence as he strives to construct his own moral decisions and to accept responsibility for his consequences. In this novel, scenes play a particular role by revealing the values of characters and the society in which they live in. When Ultima cures Luca's illness, presumably caused by Tenorio's daughters, whom he saw participating in a satanic ritual, incites Tenorio's rage, begins Antonio's questioning on culture and society, and points out Ultima's intentions throughout the novel.

Scenes can change the audience's perception on characters and the conflicts taking place; in this scene, the audience begins to create their own thoughts on Ultima and view the thoughts from the characters, as well. At the beginning of the scene, Ultima says, when any one, witch or healer, priest or sinner "tampers with the fate...

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