Poet X - Part II: "And the Word Was Made Flesh," Pages 137-220 Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Acevedo
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When Xiomara asks Xavier again who he is seeing, he stops her, reminding her that they would both be in big trouble if their parents knew they were dating. Xiomara, knowing how conservative and religious her parents are, suspects that the possibility of Xavier bringing home a boy as a date would land him in bigger trouble, however. Her worry about her own problems briefly lifts one day when her brother comes home with a black eye. Altagracia assumes that Xiomara blackened Xavier’s eye but backs off as she notices that something she cannot figure out is going on between the twins. Xiomara is furious that her brother did not tell her that he was being threatened at school and assumes it is his boyfriend who did this to him.

Xiomara finally resolves the...

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