Imagining Argentina - Chapter 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Thornton
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Chapter 29 and 30 Summary

Carlos quits his job at the Cafe Bidu as a guitar player. He goes back to the Children's Theater and peels the boards off the opening doors, revealing in detail the damage that Silvio's doors have suffered. He travels back to La Boca to see the old woman and notices that the shoe is gone. The woman had removed it from the window and now hands it to Carlos at his request. Carlos worries that he hasn't had a message from Cecilia yet, but realizes it must still be too risky for her to communicate with him and that she is in the pampas and is fine.

Carlos can almost hear the generals shouting "Nothing happened! Nothing happened!" as the situation changes in town. His stories in the garden are mostly failures now, filling with bones and dust. Benn feels more...

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