Cantoras - Chapters 3 - 4 Summary & Analysis

Carolina De Robertis
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At the start of the Chapter 3, “Into Madness,” we see that Anita is deeply depressed as she returns to her normal life in the city. She also observes that Arnaldo is getting sadder due to the depressing nature of his bureaucratic job. Anita tells Arnaldo that she no longer wants to have sex with him, but he does not listen to her request, and repeatedly insists on having sex with her. Romina is full of private fears as she returns to the city: she is torn between wanting to show political resistance, but is also afraid of the effect it may have on her mother, since her mother also experienced political torment in her home country of Ukraine during World War II. Paz lazes about her parents’ home, while her mother spends time with her new boyfriend in his high-rise apartment, reading and...

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