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"All right, querida," said her Colonel, I must go now, and I want you to know how proud I am of you for doing so well in school. For, without education, a person can't go very far in life. This is what the whole war is about: the uplifting of our people." Chapter 2, p. 36

"Your love for the man is the least of our problems," said their mother. "For a woman can always learn to love the man she marries if he's good to her and he is a good provider. But," she added, "the problem we have here is that Don Tiburcio has never been a man to show much interest in women or drink or cards, and he's been living with his mother all these years without ever marrying, so I'm just suspicious that he might be looking for...

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