Imagining Argentina - Chapter 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Thornton
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Chapter 4 - 6 Summary

Carlos grieves the unusual grieving of someone who does not know what has happened to his loved one. Benn believes that things would have continued on in this manner, except that a thirteen-year-old principal actor at the Children's Theater named Enrico Garcia lost his father in a manner similar to how Carlos lost Cecilia. Enrico does not show up for practice and Carlos calls home to find out why. He learns that Enrico's father has been taken. The boy does not come to practice for a week. When he does return, he stays late after practice, staring out into the black emptiness of the theater. Carlos sits next to him, suddenly feeling very close to him, and foresees what has happened to his father.

After Carlos is finished telling Enrico about his father Raimundo, Enrico leaves with some hope of his...

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