The Feast of the Goat - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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In the car, Antonio de la Maza and Antonio Imbert talk about Imbert’s brother Segundo, who Imbert has been visiting in jail. Imbert remembers the landings of Latin American revolutionaries in 1949 in Puerto Plata. At the time he was he was governor and his brother military commander of the region, and after the invasion was beat back, they were both stripped of their titles, beaten and arrested.

The four pass time with small-talk, and we learn they have been waiting for an hour. They all remember Imbert’s first assassination plan, where he along with several university students planted dynamite in the fence along the Avenida where Trujillo had his evening walk. The bombs were ready to go off when the Cuban invasion began. The ensuing repression captured all of Imbert’s accomplices, and he prepared to fight off the SIM henchmen the...

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