The Sisterhood - Section 3: Chapters 4 & 5 Summary & Analysis

Helen Bryan
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Chapter 4

In Chapter 4, the story is set in Spain during Holy Week in April, 2000. Menina loses Professor Lennox in the airport, so she decides to take a bus. First, she calls her parents who inform her that a nice Catholic couple came looking for her because they want to see her medal. On the bus, Menina reads her guidebook. When the bus stops for an hour, she disembarks to eat, but her pursue is stolen, so she goes to the police station to report the theft. However, Captain Alejandro Fernandez Galan is skeptical after learning she was born in South America. At first, he believes she is a prostitute. After Menina indignantly explains that she is writing a thesis, he begins to believe her. Still, there are no phones or hotels in the village, and he cannot leave until Easter celebrations have concluded...

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