Telex From Cuba - Chapters 17 - 22 Summary & Analysis

Rachel Kushner
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As the rebels’ numbers grew in the hills, the Nicaro mines continued their tradition of a Friday night double feature, where Stevie and Tico and Pamela and boyfriend Luis kissed in the background, to the frustration of the girls’ parents. Not long after, Stevie was sent to a boarding school in Tennessee, and Everly’s mother started insisting she stop the “‘tomboy act’” (214). When she forced her into a dress and heels for K.C.’s fourteenth birthday pool party, Everly felt ridiculous, but later K.C. approached her blushingly and offered her a strange but sentimental present: the gold door handle to his father’s Pullman car. Everly turned the present down, thinking secretly of Willy. He was working at the nickel plant now, hard, boiling hot work. But when the families arrived back from the celebration in Preston, they found that...

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