The Feast of the Goat - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Urania finally succeeds in feeding her father, who dozes off. The nurse tells Urania that Agustin understands her, and that she often has long conversations with him. Before leaving, the nurse makes a nostalgic comment about the Trujillo regime and makes Urania snap at her father about the crimes committed by the dictator’s closest, such as his son Ramfis.

To herself, Urania remembered how she used to adore the handsome Ramfis. Briefly, she feels sorry for him, wondering if he could have been anything other than a “monster” given how he was brought up (96). She remembers her father’s anger when she told him that Ramfis had paid her a compliment at the fair thrown for the dictatorship’s 25th anniversary. Her father, horrified, told her that Ramfis was evil and not to approach him again, but also not to tell anyone else...

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