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Caramelo, or, Puro Cuento - Chapter 58-63 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 58-63 Summary

The Grandmother was even meaner in Chicago. She misses her house, her routine, and her life. She stays with her son Baby because his apartment had more room than the other sons. Baby's kids turned their noses up at the old woman, complaining daily about her being in their house. The Grandmother has enough money to buy a house, but the neighborhoods she could afford are filled with low-class Mexicans with whom she did not want to associate, and the neighborhoods she couldn't afford would never want a Mexican like her to be associated with the neighborhood.

One of Inocencio's friends convinces the Grandmother and Inocencio that San Antonio is the place to be. Inocencio can have a good strong business, and both he and his mother can have their own big houses. On a trip down to Texas, Inocencio buys a house without even...

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