Imagining Argentina - Chapter 33 and 34 Summary & Analysis

Lawrence Thornton
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Chapter 33 and 34 Summary

Carlos drives to La Boca for the Carnival celebrations. As usual, there are scantily-clad women who grab him to have him dance with them in the street and visions from dreams come alive and walk down the street. Everywhere, there are costumes and songs. Carlos drinks when he is handed a drink and smokes a hashish pipe when offered. However, when he sees the children dressed up in their costumes, he knows that this is why he has come — for inspiration with his play.

He is taken by the rush of the crowd and merges with them until suddenly, a word catches his eye: Souza. He sees the symbol of an owl that he recognizes from his vision coupled with the name that he knows has sheltered Cecilia. He cannot break from the crowd to stop to get to the...

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