The Sisterhood - Section 12: Chapters 28-29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28

In Chapter 28, Esperanza writes from Salome's home, the Hacienda of the Sun and the Moon, in January,1554, noting that Salome is nothing like the fashionable colonial ladies; in fact, she resembles Sor Beatriz in looks and manners as she welcomes Esperanza and Sanchia into her home. Salome wrote her mother many times without receiving a response, but Esperanza assures her that her letters were not received. Esperanza wishes that Don Miguel would visit, yet Salome's hesitance to discuss his absence convinces her that he must live with his mistress and children as is the fashion here. It takes a week for Salome to share her story. She and the others left Spain 30 years ago for Gran Canaria, but a storm swept them off course, and they were shipwrecked on land where they were surrounded by warriors with painted faces. The sailors...

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