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Caramelo, or, Puro Cuento Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 23-25 Summary

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Chapter 23-25 Summary

A man should be "feo, fuerte, y formal" or ugly, strong, and proper. Narciso Reyes was all of these things, except he was not ugly. Soledad knew that it was her destiny to fall in love with him, and she knew before he even knew. His eyes were the most striking of all, and she loves all of the little moles and freckles all over his face. When she met him, she accidentally calls him papa, then switches the accent to the first syllable which changes the word from father to potato. She was absolutely embarrassed. She thought about her name and his and knew that they were related, but they were cousins of cousins, or related the way a llama and a camel are related. Reyes is a common name and not even Narciso thought he could be related to Aunty Fina and her...

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