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I, Juan de Pareja Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4, In Which I Learn My Duties Summary

Elizabeth B. de Trevino
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Chapter 4, In Which I Learn My Duties Summary

Within a week, Juan has recovered from his injuries and been given a new suit of clothes. The clothes are a dignified solid brown, instead of the bright silks preferred by Dosa Emilia. This pleases Juan greatly. His gold earring has disappeared, along with the real hidden in his sash. They were undoubtedly stolen by the gypsy, Carmelo. Juan is pleased when his new master, Don Diego, gives him the second earring from the pair to wear. Juan eats his meals with the cook and has a small room off the kitchen to sleep in.

Juan soon learns that his duties will be helping his master in the studio. A large room filled with pure, cold light on the second floor, the studio is freezing in winter and sweltering in summer. When the windows are...

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