Juan is born here and lives here until he is 9 years old.
Juan is escorted here by the cruel muleteer, Carmelo, after his mother dies.
To Juan, the cities of this place seem dirtier than those of his homeland, and the people seem less friendly.
This is a spaniel, a tiny lap dog. Along with Juan, he is deserted by the servants during the plague.
This is a large room on the second floor of the painter's home. It is almost bare, except for the easels and a chair or two.
When Zulema dies, she leaves this to Juan as his inheritance.
This is given to Juan as he is traveling and symbolizes kindness, and Juan is especially disappointed when it is stolen by the muleteer, Carmelo.
This kitten is a symbol of the affection Juan has...
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