The Sisterhood - Section 14: Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35

Alejandro escorts Menina to the village where they eat, and she listens to the people talks about the civil war and how Jews, Christians and Muslims once lived together peacefully in Andalusia. As night falls, Alejandro admits he is glad that Menina missed her bus, and since her plane for America leaves in two weeks, he suggests she stay until then. Though Menina was eager to leave a few days ago, she is intrigued by the paintings and the Chronicle, so she agrees on the condition that she call her parents first. Alejandro promises to take her to a phone in the morning. The next morning, Menina calls her parents from a roadside cafe. They were very worried, but when Sarah-Lynn offers to inform Theo that Menina is safe, Menina asks her mother not to tell anyone where she is; when Sarah-Lynn...

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