The Underdogs a Novel of the Mexican Revolution - Study Guide Part II, I - IV Summary & Analysis

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I: Some time has passed. Demetrio is at a bar, drinking. He now wears fine clothes, and it is clear he has been promoted significantly since his heroics at Zacatecas. Rebel men around him brag about killing and pillaging. The door opens and Demetrio is thrilled to see members of his own gang, including Pancracio and Anastasio. They hug, then introduce Demetrio to Blondie, a violent rebel with a short fuse, and a woman named War Paint. As the party continues, and Blondie punches the bartender for not moving fast enough, Demetrio takes War Paint with him to have sex at a hotel.

II: Instead of to a hotel, War Paint has directed Demetrio and his men to a rich person's mansion, believing it to be a rebel's right to enter any home he pleases. The band gets drunk...

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