Imagining Argentina - Chapter 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Thornton
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Chapter 13 and 14 Summary

After "Gustavo" is revealed, he resumes his original role as a guard who patrols the streets, taking individuals away in a Ford Falcon of his own. When another person disappears that Carlos knows, he decides that he has had enough. He is going to speak with General Guzman. He walks boldly into Casa Rosada and asks to speak with the general. He is granted permission.

While Carlos had expected an office filled with awards, pomp and circumstance, he is instead confronted with a more austere environment and a man who is more like a theoretician, plotting his next move. He asks the general where his wife is and is told that there must be a mistake; if his wife is gone, perhaps his wife left him, but the general has no knowledge of her location. The overall conversation frustrates Carlos and...

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