Rosaura a Las Diez - Part I, Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Marco Denevi
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Part I, Chapter 9 Summary

When Mrs. Milagros finally gets to her bedroom that night, her three daughters are waiting for her, eager to talk about Rosa. They are skeptical about her age, her bewilderment, her dirty shoes and the run in her stocking, and her strangeness. Mrs. Milagros is upset with her daughters for being so rude about Rosa. Clotilda says that she can see inner corruption in Rosa, and Matilda says that it looks like Rosa had time to fix her hair.

Mrs. Milagros informs the inspector that Rosa stayed at La Madrilena from that day until yesterday, when Camilo and Rosa were married. She continues to describe Rosa as very quiet and lacking in spunk. She remarks that Camilo never touches her and doesn't even dare to get near her. Rosa's manners do not seem to be aristocratic. She never turns...

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