Silent Wing - The Wave of the Gods, Chapters 13, 14, 15, and 16 Summary & Analysis

Jose Raul Bernardo
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The Wave of the Gods, Chapters 13, 14, 15, and 16 Summary

Julian has been approached by the minister of fine arts to write a play for Guatemala's Independence Day on September 15. It had come to the attention of the minister that Julian had written a play entitled Alcibiades, the story of a Greek general who dies for Athens' freedom and the Guatemalan government would like to produce a similar one for their own celebration.

One day, Julian is ensconced in reference materials in the library when he is approached by Don Manuel who invites Julian to lunch at his favorite restaurant, El Ateneo. Julian attempts to decline, but Don Manuel informs him that many important people will be in attendance at lunch. The contacts will be good for Julian's career.

Julian enjoys the sumptuous feast and is goaded into a game of...

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