Aztec - Part II, P. 35 to P. 86 Summary & Analysis

Gary Jennings
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Part II, P. 35 to P. 86 Summary

There is one large lake, but it is broken up into five segments in the lake region. On the island of Xaltócan there are mines. Seven Flowers remembers a man who is fatally injured in a mining accident. The Governor of Xaltócan is named Red Heron who is governor for life. At this time Red Heron's son, Pactli, sees and desires Tzitzilíni, to be his wife. Seven Flowers' friends are Chimáli and Tlatli, who want to be limestone sculptors like their fathers. The two boys dream of the great art work they will someday do. At age 7, Seven Flowers is renamed Tliléctic-Mixtli, or Dark Cloud, and he is called Mixtli for short.

On Mixtli's naming day, he is taken by his father to Tenochtítlan. A small cacao-colored old man...

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