Paula - Part 1, Pages 130 to 162 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Pages 130 to 162 Summary

Isabel turns her chronicles to the early days of her marriage when she began broadcasting on Chilean television. At first, she was giving forestry reports, but since she was a pretty young woman, the television producers wanted her to begin a weekly program. This gave her some notoriety. When Paula was about two, Isabel and Michael received scholarships to study in Europe. Isabel took Paula to see her parents in Switzerland. Tío Ramón fell madly in love with Paula and began treating her like a princess. He set about making a world of magic and make-believe for Paula, to the point that Isabel worried about his sanity. He would wear all of his medals received from his service in the diplomatic corps and tell Paula they were medals for heroism in combat. Across from his office building was a lake with...

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