Waiting for Snow in Havana - Confessions of a Cuban Boy - Study Guide Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

Carlos Eire
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Carlos and Tony are transferred to another school because the school they attend is too closely connected to the Batistas, and their father fears for their safety. The school that he attends for his third-grade year, however, is horrible, and he is ostracized. His father's arrival at school 2 days after he tells him does not improve the situation. A number of his classmates have been disappearing overnight. They are leaving, but Carlos' family is staying. Eventually, at the end of that year, his parents tell them that they will get to choose the next school they want to go to. They choose a co-ed school.

Meanwhile, in the outside world, Fidel is sweeping up all the "undesirables." The beggar woman and her son, who used to sit right outside the church and whom Carlos used to hate seeing so much, disappeared. Fidel is also silencing opponents with...

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