Collected Fictions - The Maker: Part II Summary & Analysis

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The Maker: Part II Summary

Delia Elena San Marco

A beloved woman says good-bye to the author and never returns, because she dies. The author wonders if he can ever speak to her soul again.

A Dialog Between Dead Men

This is a dialogue after death. Quiroga is a political leader, who is still mad at Rosas, the one-time Argentine dictator, ousted from power in 1852. Quiroga is more of a personal killer and thug. He speaks down to Rosas, who ordered others to kill without doing it himself.

The Plot

Julius Caesar is assassinated in Rome, betrayed by his friend Brutus, who joins the assassins. Likewise, a gaucho is assassinated by others, including his godson, with the equivalent cry of "Et tu Brute?"

The Yellow Rose

Gianbattista Marino is a poet who writes about a yellow rose. Marino realizes that his words...

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