Imagining Argentina Setting & Symbolism

Lawrence Thornton
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Las Pampas

The scarcely inhabited wilderness where Cecilia is taken by her captors, las pampas is a countryside that stretches for hundreds of miles. Here, the detention centers where the government takes their victims are located right next to sustainable farmlands and innocent civilians. When Carlos drives here, he finds La Esperanza (the hope) ranch where two former victims of the Holocaust give him more hope to continue on with his search for Cecilia. Teresa will eventually die out in this great, wild countryside although she will feel no fear at the time of her death because she feels her father in the place.

The Garden at Carlos's home

After Carlos discovers his gift to imagine and foresee into the lives of people who have been taken by General Guzman and the rest of the government, he invites his neighbors and individuals from other communities to his garden...

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