Running After Antelope - Pages 112 through 128 Summary & Analysis

Scott Carrier
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Pages 112 through 128 Summary and Analysis

Scott first saw her in a crowd in San Cristobal de las Casas. They were both on the street outside the conference hall where Zapatista leaders were meeting with legislators. The Zapatistas had emerged from the jungle after being in hiding for two years. There was a crowd of 200 people waiting to see what would happened. He ran right into the girl. She was tall and blond and slender. Scott had been having a rough time. He had been abandoned in the jungle by Mexican journalists, found his way back but was robbed, losing everything.

Scott thought the girl looked American and introduced himself. She said that the negotiations didn't go anywhere. The girl, Sarah, was twenty-three and from Oregon and was serving as an international human rights observer. He told her that he was a reporter and was...

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