Nostromo - Part 2, Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 5 Summary

On the way home, Decoud makes several comments about plundering foreign interests in the country, which offends Mrs. Gould. Don Jose tells Decoud to write more articles to encourage supporters in Europe and the US. Decoud's opinion of the revolution has changed now that he is physically living through it. He is concerned that his own political views may have been compromised by his love for Antonia.

While at a party at the Gould house, he tries to talk to her to convince her that he is on her side, though he does not really believe in her cause. He asks her to come away with him to Europe and watch the revolution from a distance. She refuses and is angry that he disagrees so strongly with her father's idealism. She insists that the Ribiera cause will save the country while...

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