Imagining Argentina - Chapter 17 and 18 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Thornton
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Chapter 17 and 18 Summary

Carlos is afflicted with the dream for the rest of the week and every time he dreams, he returns to it. After a week, he recovers and his power of speech is restored as well. However, his visions return as well and he can see his own daughter's torture and rapes by the guards who hold her captive. With this vision, he throws the sheets off of the bed and takes a cab back to his house. When he walks in, the house has been cleaned and everything is restored to how it was before the attack, thanks to his friends.

He realizes now that he had thought the generals still had a belief in the essence of humanity, but that their actions told him otherwise. He was naive to think he could create a play like this and not suffer...

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