Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter - Chapter Seven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seven Summary

Marito and Aunt Julia continue their secret romance. To hide from the family they work through the details of hiding, resorting to many furtive meeting in smoky cafes, and they eventually start to fall in love. One night, as Marito reads his story about Doroteo Marti to Aunt Julia, they are spotted by Javier, who becomes the first to know about the budding romance.

Meanwhile, Pedro Camacho's serials are under fire for his continually degrading depiction of Argentine people. The Argentine ambassador sends a protesting letter, but Genaro Jr. is afraid to address the issue with Pedro Camacho and hopes that Marito will take on the task.

One night Marito and Aunt Julia notice Camacho leaving radio central and approach him. Happy to meet a fan and fellow Bolivian in Aunt Julia, he invites them to have dinner at his apartment...

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