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The Eagle's Gift Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, The Art of Dreaming, Chapter 6, Losing the Human Form Summary

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Part 2, The Art of Dreaming, Chapter 6, Losing the Human Form Summary and Analysis

La Gorda locates everyone around Mexico before settling in Arizona. Out of duty, Carlos acts as though nothing is wrong. Alone once in Los Angeles, he wakes up with great pressure in his head, which over the course of hours rolls down his body, like a carpet being rolled up. La Gorda says that Carlos' human form, his "shield," has dropped away. They begin remembering, arguing over whether Don Juan had been celibate. Carlos recalls, early in his apprenticeship, being hidden when a woman visits Don Juan. He has the impression that she is young and beautiful. La Gorda paces and weeps, denies jealousy, but admits to feeling asexually like Don Juan's woman. They piece together what they know about Don Juan's associates, but neither recognizes the...

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