Caramelo, or, Puro Cuento - Study Guide Chapter's 17-20 Summary & Analysis

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Father is recalling a story that the kids want to hear. He struggles to remember, with the kids begging to know more. When they get to Acapulco, they arrive at a boat-shaped house, which is owned by a woman named Catita. They get to the beach, and all wear big hats to protect their skin, except for Candelaria, who the Grandmother says is already too dark and burnt to merit protection from the sun. A wandering photographer takes a picture of the family, and the Grandmother insists that Father not pay the man in advance. Celaya is scared of the water, but Candelaria continues to beg her to get in.

When they find Candelaria she is sent home on a bus and not with the family. The family takes a small boat ride. A flower that Candelaria had made for Celaya falls into the water...

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