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The Aguero Sisters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Coda, The Hummingbird Summary

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Coda, The Hummingbird Summary

Ignacio Agüero narrates. He did not plan what happened in the Zapata Swamp. He does not remember taking aim at the hummingbird that glittered above Blanca's head, or pulling the trigger on the gun. Ignacio held her for hours in the swamp after she had died. When dusk broke, he carried her the seventeen miles to the nearest village and told his lies.

Coda, The Hummingbird Analysis

Ultimately, the Agüero Sisters is a story of courage. It is the courage of two sisters to reconcile with their past and to find the truth. By the end of the story, the sisters have found closure and are able to move on with their life. It does not come from finding out the reasons why their father murdered their mother. The reader never discovers the true reason why Ignacio committed such...

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