The Shadow of the Wind - The Waters of March - 1956 Summary & Analysis

Carlos Ruiz Zafón
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The Waters of March - 1956 Summary

Daniel and Bea were married three months later by Father Fernando. They had the blessing of Bea's parents and Daniel's father.

On the night before the wedding Fermín took Daniel to hire the services of a prostitute and smuggle her into the old people's home, to keep Daniel's promise to the old man who had helped them find Jacinta.

The Waters of March - 1956 Analysis

All pain and bad memories are washed away, as with rain after a long draught. The worst is over. Daniel and Bea can breathe happily again. Theirs is a happy fate, so different from Julian and Penélope's. Bad feeling are forgotten, debts are paid and peace reigns.

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