Butterfly Boy - Section 5: Part 4 (Zacapu Days and Nights of the Dead, Summer's Passage - Zacapu, July 1990 (Imago)) Summary & Analysis

Rigoberto González
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In the memoir's third chapter entitled "Summer's Passage", Gonzalez and his father are on their third bus. Gonzalez decides not to antagonize his father on this one. He imagines that he will not be up to it anyway because they have seven hours to go on a route that will cause him to experience motion sickness. His father stills talks to him though. His father retells a story about an old lady who died while sitting next to him on the bus - a story that changes every time he tells it. Gonzalez keeps quite as his father speaks, though, only asking questions at the end. One question regards something that he could not remember from before and another to jog his father's memory about a key story component that...

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