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The Eagle's Gift Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, The Other Self, Chapter 3, Quasi Memories of the Other Self Summary

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Part 1, The Other Self, Chapter 3, Quasi Memories of the Other Self Summary and Analysis

La Gorda diverts Carlos into talking about his dreaming. Once, dreaming about himself sleeping, Carlos gets involved: leaving his room and house through closed doors, with no sense of walking. The street is colorless and disorienting, and Carlos levitates. As the dream recurs, Carlos knows how to deal with it. He moves down the familiar street, stops in a coffee shop, sees people he knows. Other times, the street becomes a primeval valley and Carlos faces a huge saber-toothed tiger that teaches him to breathe in a particular way. Carlos feels his body grow more muscular.

When the apprentices dream, they have particular tasks (curing, predicting, building). La Gorda nervously recalls Don Juan mentioning violent, destructive "ghost dreaming," which entails "ghost helpers and allies." She...

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