Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter - Chapter Sixteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Sixteen Summary

Joaquin Hinostroza Bellmont is a well known soccer referee and alcoholic. He was the only child in his family, born to very wealthy parents. As a child, he didn't excel in any academic area and his parents never noticed any interest in him until he was introduced to soccer. Excited, his parents build him a home soccer field, but to their dismay the other boys report that Joaquin would only want to serve as referee to their games. Joaquin's parents held onto hopes that his love for refereeing would shape into a love for other leadership roles, but these hopes were never fulfilled. Joaquin barely made it through high school and failed miserably when put to work at his father's businesses. After his parents passed away, Joaquin spent his time refereeing street soccer matches. It is in this capacity that he...

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