The Sisterhood - Section 6: Chapters 10 & 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10

Chapter 10 is set in the Las Golondrinas Convent in Spain during 2000. Sor Teresa tells Menina about how they used to host many pilgrims. She also talks of how Alejandro studied to become a police officer in America but returned to Spain after his father's death. She disapproves of his many girlfriends but is finally convinced that Menina is not a bad girl. After discussing Alejandro's suggestion about the paintings, Sor Teresa introduces Menina to Sor Clara, agreeing they need money because they do not bother Rome due to disagreements during the Inquisition. Sor Clara is stunned when she notices Menina's medal. During her explanation of her time in the orphanage, Menina mentions Tristan Mendoza and is shocked when Sor Clara says she took inventory of the paintings when she was younger and remembers that Mendoza's name was listed six times! Menina is...

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