Imagining Argentina - Chapter 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Thornton
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Chapter 11 and 12 Summary

After losing the mirage of Cecilia yet again, Carlos tells Benn that he no longer feels despair. Instead, he feels a problem of insufficient vision and energy to see what has happened to her. When Carlos tells Benn about the events in the pampas, Benn finds himself fully letting go, giving himself over to a world where anything is possible and giving up his fear of what could happen.

The following Thursday, Carlos continues to walk with the mothers and another man joins them, named Gustavo Santos. Gustavo tells them that he has lost his sister, Marta. Carlos later tells Benn that the anger and frustration in Gustavo's eyes worries Carlos that he will do something absurd and foolish. He invites him to his garden and tells him that the mind of Casa Rosada is no more real than Gustavo will...

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