I, Juan de Pareja - Chapter 15, In Which I Find Another Home Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth B. de Trevino
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Chapter 15, In Which I Find Another Home Summary

Juan feels good to be back in Seville again. Before he looks for a job, Juan goes to find his old friend, Bertolomy Esteban Murillo. As soon as Murillo sees him, he greets the former slave with the words "Juan, my friend!" and invites him to stay overnight. Murillo offers Juan rooms in his house and says Juan can paint as much as he likes. Juan is deeply touched that Murillo, who has not yet heard that Juan has been freed, would treat him so kindly. Juan reflects that to Murillo, it never mattered that he was a slave.

Chapter 15, In Which I Find Another Home Analysis

Bertolomy Esteban Murillo offers Juan a place to stay and a studio to work in, even when he believes Juan may be an escaped slave doing illegal work...

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