Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter - Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen Summary

Marito's story about the levitating teenagers was never published by El Comercio, the paper he submitted it to. In turn, Marito started on his next story, based on his real Aunt Eliana. Marito remembered Aunt Eliana, who disappeared when he was seven years old. Just as Javier and Aunt Julia begin their usual berating of the story of Aunt Eliana, Marito notices Nancy in the doorway, looking distraught. "The family's discovered what's going on, and they're up in arms."

Marito's family has apparently known about the affair between Marito and Aunt Julia for a while, but as Marito suspected, were plotting on what to do with the information. Two of Marito's uncles had already written to Marito's parents, and for the first time Marito is clearly worried.

When everyone leaves Panamericana, Marito feels the need to talk to Pedro Camacho about...

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