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The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 2, New Life Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 2, New Life Summary

Julio has been unable to cash the check he brought back from Argentina, because the banks have refused to release any monies due to the war. This concerns Julio, because he wishes to use this money in order to marry Marguerite. However, Marguerite has not been coming around as often as he would like, either. Now is a time when money would truly come in handy, as well. Remembering the lack of supplies during the conflict of 1870, people have begun to stockpile food and drink. Argensola would like to do the same, but has no money. So Argensola has begun to get supplies from Dona Luisa who has been able to stock her own pantries quite well. Argensola has also found that the women left behind by the soldiers make great companions.

Marguerite's brother has been called to duty. Marguerite's mother...

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