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The Eagle's Gift Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, The Other Self, Chapter 2, Seeing Together Summary

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Part 1, The Other Self, Chapter 2, Seeing Together Summary and Analysis

Carlos is back and forth between Los Angeles and Mexico, suffering from tension. Pablito runs away to Tula to die, but Carlos as Nagual declares that he must be helped. The women move to defy him physically, they scuffle, and he wins. When the apprentices pair up asexually, bickering and outbursts end. All adopt native Indian dress as a sign they are ready to move on. La Gorda needs to go with Carlos to a nearby town, where she talks of "rallying knowledge" as they had on the day they nearly come to blows. Carlos realizes that he had seen and responded to four amorphous blobs of light; had attacked the threatening ones on their vulnerable right sides, and had melted into the mellow one, la Gorda. Carlos suggests a drive to Mexico...

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