The Old Gringo - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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The old gringo is in the ballroom with the General's woman, La Luna. He has heard of this kind of woman who travels with soldiers. She tells him that Arroyo is the kind of man who needs more than one woman and she has accepted this fate. She has accepted that men and women are different in the ways of love. He says that each sex is always trying to get the better of the other, that women are more secretive than men are. He looks at her and can tell by her language and her soft hands that she is an educated woman. She admits she can read and write. He is puzzled as to why she would become involved with General Arroyo.

The woman tells the old gringo the story of how she and Arroyo met. She was living in a town with her family...

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