Autobiography of Red - Section 13 Summary & Analysis

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“Autobiography of Red: A Romance,” Part 10 - pages 134 - 141 - “Huaraz”: The single sentence at the beginning of this section references the low boiling point of water in the high altitudes of Huaraz, where Geryon and the others have come. Narration then describes the empty hotel where the group is staying; the bad taste of the coffee, which Ancash’s mother says is infused with cow blood as part of a local tradition; and how the group goes exploring, everyone but Geryon chatting among themselves or with the locals. Geryon keeps his camera in his pocket since “raising a camera to one’s face,” narration comments, “has effects no-one can calculate in advance (135).

“Photographs: Origin of Time”: The single sentence at the beginning of this section describes a photograph: one of four people at a table with their hands in front of them. Narration...

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