Evita: The Real Life of Eva Peron - Chapter 9, The Bridge of Love Summary & Analysis

Nicholas Fraser
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Chapter 9, The Bridge of Love Summary and Analysis

The year 1950 did not begin well for Evita after she fainted at an event. The press said that she had had her appendix removed in the surgery thereafter but in fact she may have been informed that she had uterine cancer. Whether she knew or not, she began to live as if she were in a race against time, fighting harder and harder for reforms for the poor. Peron could not control her in the least; she did as she liked and they rarely saw one another. She became a ceaseless giver, helping anyone who asked. At that time she hired ghostwriters to start writing a book called My Mission in Life. It contained themes from her speeches and said little about her history, though. It continued to support the myth of Peron...

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