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The Underdogs a Novel of the Mexican Revolution Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part I, XI - XV Summary

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Part I, XI - XV Summary

XI: Camilla aims to express her feelings for Luis, but Luis snaps at her and she flees and is not seen for three days. After the three days, she comes back and seems more determined than ever to court Luis. She asks him if he will help her learn the lyrics to a revolutionary song, but he seems to have no interest. Undaunted, she tells him that Demetrio tried to grab her wrist and pinch her legs, hoping that Luis would become jealous, but Luis only laughs and asks her why she doesn't let him go all the way. Luis is in fact disgusted with this simple peasant girl. Camilla cries and leaves, heartbroken.

XII: As the men gamble, Luis Cervantes dreams away a lazy afternoon. Anastasio approaches him and tells him a bit of his story, how he...

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