The Sisterhood - Section 8: Chapters 14-16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14

In Chapter 14, in Spain in April, 2000, Sor Clara shows Menina to another room where she believes the Mendoza paintings are stored, and while she sleeps, Menina looks through the paintings, some of which she finds disturbing. In the afternoon, she finds a painting depicting Jesus casting out demons which is housed in a black Venetian frame. Menina cleans the painting until she uncovers Mendoza's name, but her excitement is short-lived as Alejandro soon arrives with the message that some people are looking for her and do not want the police to know. Menina suspects Theo, but Alejandro's friend recognized them as members of an old brotherhood who are powerful in the Vatican and will do anything to protect the church. It is obvious that Menina is more than she admits, and when Alejandro asks why, she shows him her medal. When...

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