Imagining Argentina - Chapter 27 and 28 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Thornton
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Chapter 27 and 28 Summary

Despite initially believing in everything Carlos said, Benn resists believing the story about Cecilia. He's not sure why, but he cannot accept that Cecilia is alive. But things are changing in Buenos Aires. The march of the mothers in the plaza is growing and they have become an enduring symbol of questioning and resistance, but now there is also a tinge of urgency as well.

The environment in the city is changing. The people who have disappeared are becoming even more lost as the generals are losing their hold on the country. And since the generals are the only ones with the answers, the community is getting desperate, not wanting them to leave without giving them the answers that they need about their loved ones. The generals are afraid and are working to cover their tracks before all of their horrors...

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