Waiting for Snow in Havana - Confessions of a Cuban Boy - Study Guide Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

Carlos Eire
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One day, while the boys are waiting for their exit visas, the breadfruit on the tree next door ripens. The fruit falls all over the yard. Carlos and his friends start to throw a few at each other, and then suddenly they are unstoppable. They throw one after another, and the insides of the breadfruit ooze all over the place. Eventually, they spill out of the yard, unto the street. The rules of the game change, and they start to use the walls as forts, and it is more akin to a trench war. They throw all of their rage and frustration with the fruit.

When the boys run out of ammunition, they go home and clean up, pretending that nothing happened. Soon, the phone starts to ring with complaints from the neighbors. The boys clean the mess up without a complaint. To be able to throw...

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