Imagining Argentina - Chapter 19 and 20 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Thornton
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Chapter 19 and 20 Summary

With Teresa gone, Esme takes up the task of lighting the lanterns in Carlos's garden during the meetings. There are newcomers to the garden and the look of despair is everywhere. When Carlos asks them to speak, Esme raises her voice. She starts telling the story of Silvio, the colleague of Carlos and Esme at the Children's Theater. Carlos tells his story and it is not a fortunate ending. Yet another close friend of his will be gone.

After he is finished speaking, Esme and Carlos sit in the garden for a long time. He can see Silvio's body being pushed into the sea and follows him down, down, down until he sees the ice cave again with children and Cecilia screaming for him, but he is unable to understand what they are saying.

The next few days, Carlos spends taking...

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