I, Juan de Pareja - Chapter 14, In Which I Say a Sad Good-by Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, In Which I Say a Sad Good-by Summary

Juan and Lolis are married in a joyous ceremony at the church where Juan confessed with Murillo. Master and Paquita are there, as well as Paquita's husband. Mistress is very ill, but she gives her blessing before they go to the church. They have been given two rooms in Don Diego's house for their own, and the king has sent a bag of thirty ducats.

A series of tragedies follows. Paquita dies in childbirth shortly afterwards. Her baby is stillborn. Less than two months later, Mistress succumbs to her illness, as well. The king often comes to keep Master company, sitting silently in the studio. The king gives Master a brilliant commission, asking him to design the pavilion for the wedding of the king's sister, the Infanta Maria Teresa, to King Louis XIV...

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