Bless Me, Ultima - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11. Antonio is fishing alone when Cico approaches him. Antonio has been waiting all summer for Cico to find him to unveil the mystery of the golden carp. Cico tells Antonio to follow him and they wade through the river to the other side. As they walk to the place where the golden carp is found, Cico points out Narciso’s garden. Cico says that he is a friend of Narciso’s and the boys walk through the gate into the garden. Antonio is amazed at how lush and prosperous Narciso’s garden is and Cico agrees. He tells Antonio that despite the fact Narciso is known as the town drunk, he is a good man and the proof is his beautiful garden that is unlike anything else in the area.

Antonio and Cico pass some of the other boys on the way to the...

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