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Hopscotch - Book 1, From the Other Side: Chapters 153, 19, 90, 20, 126, 21, 79, 22, 62, 23 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, From the Other Side: Chapters 153, 19, 90, 20, 126, 21, 79, 22, 62, 23 Summary

Chapter 153 is a short Argentinean anecdote. In Chapter 19, Rocamadour has been moved in with La Maga and Horacio, owing to a fever. Horacio is convinced La Maga is sleeping with Ossip, since he has given her a necklace from "mother." In Chapter 90, Horacio examines his relationship with La Maga. He has been thinking more, lately, turning every aspect in his life into a dialectical quandary. Etienne suggests he help in their efforts for Algerian independence, passing out literature. His unwillingness to take part illustrates his distrust of action in any form. In Chapter 20, Rocamadour is asleep, and Horacio and La Maga discuss whether he will leave her. He promises that he will not leave her as long as Rocamadour is ill, but they both sense that their affair is ending. Horacio admits that...

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