The Motorcycle Diaries: Notes on a Latin American Journey - Chapters 41 - 45 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 41 - 45 Summary and Analysis

"Dear Mama" is the second letter Che writes to his mother. He notes that he is close to Venezuela and poorer. He wishes her a happy birthday on July 6th, 1952 from Botoga in Colombia. He mentions their stay at the leper colony, the Pisco, his toast and the trip to Colombia on the raft. They had various troubles with the raft, but survived them and often caught great fish. Once they arrive in Leticia, they take a plane to Bogota. They spend their first day in Bogota finding food and room. They find a place in the hospital. They meet Dr. Pesce and Alberto and Che are both offered jobs. Che rejects the offer. He notes the great repression of individual freedom there, harassment from the police, and he sees a revolution coming. Che and Alberto want to leave...

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