Introduction and Part One, Section 1 (through page 6)
• The author explains how this book came into being.
• The author states that there two main reasons he wrote this book, one historical and one psychological.
• The physical description and history of Jalcocotbn, the place where the author spent his early childhood, is given.
• The description emphasizes Jalcocotbn's separation from other communities as well as its rural, undeveloped atmosphere.
Part One, Section 2 (through page 15)
• Jalco is a small, rural village that has no defined government or church.
• All of the residents in Jalco live in similar plain houses without most modern conveniences of a large city.
• The routine of the village is simple and follows a standard routine which is not often strayed from by its residents.
• Without government or a recognized authority, the villagers take it upon themselves to live gainfully and peacefully
Part One, Section 3 (through page 27)
• Ernie's mother...
This section contains 1,336 words
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