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Caramelo, or, Puro Cuento Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 52-57 Summary

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Chapter 52-57 Summary

Inocencio chooses his wife over his mother and leaves Soledad in Acapulco to find her own way home. His mother is still upset over it. Mother is still upset at him, and when Inocencio ignores her, she throws a rock at him cursing his family. The little Grandfather has died by now, and the awful Grandmother agrees to go to the states with her son and his family. The Grandmother spends the entire time talking about Celaya's looks, telling her she needs injections because she looks like a boy, and to cut her bangs to clear her complexion. On the drive back to the states, Celaya sits quietly. Her father asks if she is depressed and she wants to tell him yes but doesn't have the heart to. The family tells stories they've all heard before and make up a few new ones on the...

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