Caramelo, or, Puro Cuento - Study Guide Chapter 33-42 Summary & Analysis

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Soledad remembers people having told her to take care of herself now that she was turning into a young lady. She never knew what they meant until later in her life. She figured out that it meant to take care of herself down there and to keep her virginity. Everyone always had the same advice for her, yet nobody ever told her how to take care of herself down there. She thinks of this when she is allowing Narciso to take her. She cannot stop the flood of emotions she is feeling and cannot even dream of stopping the wonder that is happening between them. It was an overwhelming joy for her and she felt truly blessed.

The sexual education that women received back in those times was minimal. Society felt it necessary to explain very little, and the less said the better. Soledad loved...

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