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Rain of Gold Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

Victor Villaseñor
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Chapter 6 Summary

One day Socorro becomes mad and throws out all of her husband's clothes, wanting to say goodbye to him forever. Lupe rescues his gray coat, and, with her brother to protect her from the Revolutionaries, goes up the mountain to a little pile of rocks that look like tortillas. It is there she wants to bury his coat. As she and Victoriano build an altar and cover it with flowers from the meadow, Lupe finds a young fawn close to the spot where the altar has been prepared.

Lupe takes the deer home and raises it as if it were her daughter, sleeping with it and taking it everywhere but to school. By this time Senor Jones, the mine foreman, has sent the rest of his family to the United Sates where it is safer. He has also become very close to the Mexican Revolutionaries, even at...

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