Imagining Argentina Themes

Lawrence Thornton
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Perserverance

When Carlos loses Cecilia, he suffers the grief of a man who mourns the loss of someone whose fate is unknown. When he discovers his gift, he wants to know the fate of Cecilia, but rather than push the situation, he is patient. He recognizes that the right situation must present itself in order for his vision to be successful. He finds it when he finds the mothers marching against the generals. With the mothers' march, their stoic strength demonstrating against the generals provides the right environment for Carlos to present his gift. Although he has patience, he states that he cannot hide behind their skirts.

Even when he uses his gift to help others, Carlos helps others who have lost their loved ones, telling their stories in his garden. He helps others before telling Teresa to describe the situation with Cecilia to attempt to find her. And...

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