Silent Wing - Earthquake, Chapters 10, 11, and 12 Summary & Analysis

Jose Raul Bernardo
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Earthquake, Chapters 10, 11, and 12 Summary

Julian sits in Saavedra's office writing this entry in his diary, "Don't you wish that before something important happens in your life, a sign of some kind, music of some kind - yes, music, anything musical, from the blaring, epic fanfare of a thousand trumpets to the delicate lyric plucking of a single harp string - could be heard, letting you know in advance that something great is about to happen, that something great is about to - "

Saavedra interrupts Julian, because it is time to leave for the ball at Don Manuel's home. Julian accompanies Saavedra and his wife, although he has no formal attire, yet puts his own personal vulnerabilities aside and considers the evening to be dedicated to the good of Cuba. Don Manuel has witnessed Julian's new publicity and is pleased that Julian has come...

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