The Last Summer of the Death Warriors - Chapters 13 - 15 Summary & Analysis

Francisco X. Stork
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Chapters 13 - 15 Summary

When D.Q.'s mother arrives, Pancho is surprised by how beautiful she is. He immediately recognizes her as a "country club" type of woman, which he also wasn't expecting. D.Q. generally ignores his mother, calls her by her first name, and is only interested in the emancipation papers she refused to sign. Later that afternoon, while D.Q. is in treatment, Pancho takes a walk with Father Concho. They speak bluntly about D.Q.'s case and what Pancho can do to help him. It's clear to Father Concho that D.Q. has selected Pancho for his relationship with death: "The idea of death filled him with anger, hatred, a suffocating urgency, remorse even, but there was no fear anywhere" (Page 102). Father Concho gives Pancho and envelope containing $300, which he says to use showing D.Q. a good time...

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