The Underdogs a Novel of the Mexican Revolution - Part I, V - X Summary & Analysis

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Part I, V - X Summary

V: Quail hears a gunshot and wakes up Anastasio. They investigate and find Pancracio (who had been on guard) dragging a man toward them. He had shot the man in the foot. This man is called Luis Cervantes, and he wishes to speak with Demetrio. Luis says he was a private in the army but deserted. The mention of the army incenses the men, who call Luis a "Federal" and seem about to kill him, but Demetrio hears the ruckus and orders Luis to be brought to him. Luis tells Demetrio he is a medical student and journalist who was persecuted because he wrote a pro-revolution essay; he emphasizes that Demetrio and he share the same values and beliefs, and Demetrio sardonically wonders what those are. His men urge Demetrio to kill Luis, but Demetrio denies them, ordering his...

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