Angle of Repose - Part V – Chapters 3 & 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3: Susan is amazed at the differences between inspecting a mine in Mexico compared to Colorado. Where Oliver wears buckskin and takes a packhorse carrying bedrolls, bread, a pick, shovel, and a geologist’s hammer, here in Mexico Gustavo has servants, supply mules and horses carrying food, wine, dishes, a bed, etc. It is not an uncivilized journey, but a journey with all the comforts of home. The women line up so the men can bid them farewell as they leave. Oliver is uncomfortable with all the pomp and circumstance.

Chapter 4: Susan writes to Augusta about the splendor of Mexico. Susan is happy to stay in this place. She admires how proficiently Gustavo’s house is run by his sister-in-law. Emelita, Gustavo’s sister-in-law, helps Susan to find a house for her family. Susan prepares in case she is able to stay in Mexico. Susan cannot...

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