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Gabriela, Clove and Cinnamon - Part Two, Fourth Chapter: The Moonlight of Gabriela: Sections titled From the Artistocratic Ofenísia to the Plebeian Gabriela, with Divers Events and Thefts of Money, Of How Nacib Broke and Did Not Break the Unwritten Law, or How Mrs. Saad Became Gabriel Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Fourth Chapter: The Moonlight of Gabriela: Sections titled From the Artistocratic Ofenísia to the Plebeian Gabriela, with Divers Events and Thefts of Money, Of How Nacib Broke and Did Not Break the Unwritten Law, or How Mrs. Saad Became Gabriela Again, Of Gabriela's Love, and Of Life's Surprises Summary

Nacib is happy, although he remains disappointed that Gabriela refuses to act like a lady. Nacib is counting on his new restaurant to "get her in line," and Tonico has assured him it probably will.

One day, Nacib catches Eaglebeak stealing money from the bar. He strikes the boy, who retaliates...

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