The Autumn of the Patriarch - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

The General uses candy to tempt girls to come closer to him at a spot at the Presidential palace. One day, the girl-narrator does come closer and is grabbed by the General and brought into the palace, thrown into a pile of hay. The General plays with her genitals and inserts bread and other things into her, after eating them. The narrator fantasizes that the General is eating her whole body and often comes back to be lifted into the palace. Then one day, the military send men to her home with lots of money for the narrator and her family and they are all sent into exile for years. The narrator never again can feel the warmth and tenderness of the sexual experience she has with the General. The narrator wonders if the General even notices her absence. The General goes on...

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