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Hopscotch - Book 2, From This Side: Chapters 129, 139, 133, 140, 139, 127, (55), 56, 135, 63, 88, 72, 77, 131, 58 ... Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, From This Side: Chapters 129, 139, 133, 140, 139, 127, (55), 56, 135, 63, 88, 72, 77, 131, 58 ... Summary

Chapter 129 takes place during the same hours as Chapter 54. Traveler cannot sleep. He is reading a work by Ceferino Piriz. The author proposes, in the interest of world peace, a Society of Nations. Nations are to be divided into six groups according to their inhabitants' skin-tones. Each group will have its own Chamber in the Society. Chapter 139 is a clipping from a publication about musical anagrams. In Chapter 133, Piriz proposes Society committees for such constituencies as Ranches, Hospitals, Detectives-Errant, and Monks of the Prayer of the Sign of the Cross. Also, each chamber will maintain the animal species of the same color as that chamber's skin. Talita comes back. She tells him about Horacio, how he thinks La Maga is dead, how he thinks she is La Maga, how he kissed her. She feels closer...

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