Rosaura a Las Diez - Part II Summary & Analysis

Marco Denevi
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Part II Summary

Part II consists of one lengthy chapter. In this chapter, David Reguel gives his testimony to the inspector. His language is thick with literary allusions and philosophical terms, which gives credibility to Mrs. Milagros's description of him. He begins by talking about Camilo's motive for killing Rosa. He encourages the inspector to value Mrs. Milagros's statement at "next to nothing" because she can't be taken seriously. He assumes that Mrs. Milagros would blame the murder on the victim because the victim can't defend herself.

David Reguel claims to have foreseen this murder. He thinks that the other boarders at La Madrilena have been living in the clouds in regards to Camilo's character. Because of Camilo's physical deficiencies, his small frame and henpecked stature, David believes that Camilo's character is deficient and that he should be distrusted "because of his physical vulnerability...

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