Lords and New Creatures - Part II, The New Creatures, Pages 124-141 Summary & Analysis

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Part II, The New Creatures, Pages 124-141 Summary

The first poem in this section laments the urban fall as a cancer takes over, bringing about "summer sadness." As the poet watches, the highways of the defunct town are covered by ghosts in their cars and electric shadows that haunt the barren streets. The second poem carries a loose thread to the first as the poet discusses Ensenada and its decay.

There is a series of poems that conveys slight images of a post urban world. It is unclear why the city has experienced so much decay. While the city tries to sleep there are earthquakes to face as well as the wrath of the ocean. Children run wild and there is no one to catch them as they run the streets with animal gangs.

There is a caravan that...

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