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The Eagle's Gift Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, The Eagle's Gift, Chapter 13, The Intricacies of Dreaming Summary

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Part 3, The Eagle's Gift, Chapter 13, The Intricacies of Dreaming Summary and Analysis

After teaching him about dreaming, Don Juan gives Carlos to Zuleica, warning him not to squander his life force. Each apprentice is taught heightened awareness by his or her warrior counterpart, and Zuleica teaches la Gorda and Josefina the finer points in order one day to help Carlos. Florinda teaches the Genaros advanced stalking, including techniques of "controlled folly" that convince everyone that Soledad is Pablito's mother.

Zuleica is an effective guide into the second attention, working quickly because of Don Juan's planned departure. During one session, Carlos feels an intense itch outside his body, which Zuleica tells him to play as though it were a harp. The itch grows nearer, forming a dent. Carlos feels himself roll up like a cigar and tuck inside the dent, where he...

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