The Fencing Master - Study Guide Chapter V, pages 140-155 Summary & Analysis

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Don Jaime wakes, dresses, and goes to a café for breakfast. The café owner says that no newspapers are available, so Don Jaime asks what the owner knows of the news. The café owner says that the situation is confusing. Military leaders seem to be switching sides, and it is difficult to know which side different figures are allied with.

After breakfast Don Jaime goes to Don Luis's residence. He sees a large crowd gathered. He hears members of the crowd referring to Don Luis and saying something about a tragedy. A policeman stops Don Jaime from entering, and Don Jaime says that he is a friend of Don Luis, and he has an appointment. The policeman tells Don Jaime to follow, and the policeman introduces Don Jaime to Jenaro Campillo, Chief of Police.

Don Jaime asks about Don Luis, and...

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