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Pedro Paramo - Pedro Páramo, pages 11 - 24 Summary & Analysis

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Pedro Páramo, pages 11 - 24 Summary

The point of view changes to an unknown first-person narrator. The young boy is dawdling in the privy during a rainstorm, dreaming about a girl named Susana as he watches the water drop to the earth. His mother scolds him and tells him that he must do something useful. She sends him to help his grandmother shell corn.

The boy's grandmother tells him that she's done shelling corn but needs help grinding chocolate. The boy discovers that the mill is broken, and although they're broke, the grandmother sends the boy to buy a new mill. She adds some other items to the list of things to buy, and as the boy is leaving, his mother asks him to buy some cloth. The boy takes some money and goes off to town.

That night, it rains again. The boy hears...

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