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Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One, Stopping The World: Chapter 16, The Ring of Power Summary

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Part One, Stopping The World: Chapter 16, The Ring of Power Summary and Analysis

On April 14, food is running low and Don Juan says they must leave. Instead of heading home, they visit a border town because Don Juan has business to take care of. He is in the process of giving Castaneda another exercise for "not-doing," and they meet four young Indians who are sorcerer's apprentices and acquainted with Don Juan. Don Juan and Castaneda gather around a fire, which Don Juan builds. Don Juan goes behind a boulder leaving the men to talk. The fire blazes as he reappears in what looks to be a pirate's costume with peg leg and all. Castaneda finds this amusing and Don Juan goes back behind the boulder. Castaneda comments about Don Juan's pirate getup and the other Indians are confused. One says...

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