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Caramelo, or, Puro Cuento Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 64-80 Summary

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Chapters 64-80 Summary

Celaya starts private school soon after arriving. She is a freshman and learns that she has no idea what she thinks about sex and her virginity. Some girls know where they stand and vow abstinence until marriage; others have left their virginity long ago and aren't looking back. This is where Celaya realizes she knows nothing about being a female. Celaya makes a friend in an older girl called Viva. Celaya likes Viva because she is edgy and takes her under her wing.

The Grandmother gets sick and suffers a stroke. Zoila is the one that has to take care of her. One day she even considers killing her by accidentally dropping her down the stairs, but she sees a tear in Soledad's eye and cannot bring herself to do it. The day the Grandmother dies, Zoila makes all the kids open every window in...

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