My Beloved World - Chapters 8-10 Summary & Analysis

Sonia Sotomayor
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In Chapter 8, Celina did a complete turnaround the day after Sonia's outburst. The home became a welcome place though Celina was still technically in mourning. Celina began taking care of the apartment so that Sonia no longer had to clean. Sonia was carefully optimistic. Celina was always dressed immaculately and cared about her appearance. She was always disappointed that Sonia seemed to care very little about clothes and could not remain clean and pretty for more than a short period of time. Sonia felt her mother would happily trade Sonia for one of her cousins who also cared about clothes and looks.

Abuelita's mother died soon after Juli and Abuelita struggled through the next year. Her husband became bedridden and Abuelita mainly stayed at home. When he died, she moved immediately into a home for senior citizens.

In the months after Juli's death...

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