The Eagle's Gift - Part 3, The Eagle's Gift, Chapter 14, Florinda Summary & Analysis

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Zuleica's training convinces Carlos and la Gorda that the rule is a map and that another awareness truly exists. Florinda, the only warrior that Carlos has not yet met, becomes his personal guide Carlos is awestruck; she judges him indulgent and announces the program: the first seven principles of stalking, the first three principles of the rule for stalkers, and the first three maneuvers of stalking. Later, under other circumstances, she will finish his training. He must commit to practice, become self-confident, claim knowledge as power, and be freed from Don Juan.

Florinda tells her life's story. Only males conceal their not-doings, because they are accountable in the world; females are expendable in society. She is the spoiled, conceited only child of a well-to-do family who at 18 marries Celestino, 33, a man of means. Six months...

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