I, Juan de Pareja - Study Guide Chapter 7, In Which I Visit Italy Summary & Analysis

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Within a few months, the Velbzquez family is given an apartment in the palace near the studio. The artist's two small daughters frequently disrupt his work. One day Juan asks permission to go to church, and Mistress gives him several errands to run on the way. Returning, he stops at the shop of a lace maker he knows. The owner, Dosa Trini, says Juan always brings her good luck. Juan asks for a kitten from her Persian's recent litter. Dosa Trini gives him the runt of the litter, a tiny white fur ball with one blue eye and one green. When Mistress chastises Juan for being late, he shows her the kitten he has brought as a gift for the two little girls, Paquita and la Nisa. Mistress and the children are immediately captivated by the kitten...

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