Eleven Minutes - Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

Paulo Coelho
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Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary

At work the next night, Maria is pulled into a conversation with one of the other prostitutes, Nyah, and Nyah's customer about what the customer would like Nyah to do with him. The customer shows an antique apparatus complete with glass rods, electrical circuits, and wires which Maria learns is called the Violet Rod. After Nyah and her customer leave, Milan explains to Maria that the man inserts the rods into his body and asks the woman to turn the handle, creating an electric shock inside the man's body to derive sexual pleasure.

Maria takes the opportunity to tell Milan that she is quitting and going back to Brazil because she has reached the limits of giving up her soul by working as a prostitute. Milan cannot argue with Maria's logic and wishes her well in her life back home.

There are still several days...

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