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Dogeaters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act II: Scenes 12-16 Summary

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Act II: Scenes 12-16 Summary

Scene 12 is a letter that Trini writes to her mother, who lives in the provincial areas of the Philippines. In the letter she informs her mother that she is now working in the TruCola plant that is owned by Severo Alacran. She is in a forewoman position, and she is enclosing money to help support her extended family. As she closes the letter, she tells her mother, lying, that she and Romeo are engaged, that God is looking over her.

Scene 13 takes place in the empty Studio 54. It is empty, and Perlita is rehearsing one of her Donna Summers numbers. Chiquiting enters and turns the music off. They begin to bicker, but Rio interrupts. Rio's mother used to be friends with Perlita and Chiquiting, and after a moment Perlita recognizes her friend's daughter. She tracked them down with Pucha's help. Rio...

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