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

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Part II, V - X Summary

V: Demetrio and his band visit his home town of Moyahua, where Don Monico still reigns, the man who forced Demetrio into banditry. As they pass through the main avenue, soldiers branch off to invade homes and take ammunition, money, and valuables. They arrive at the large noble house, Don Monico's house. A pair of old women, along with a few children, answer and swear it is not Don Monico's house; they are only renting it from him. Demetrio demands guns (they produce an old shotgun and broken pistol) and money (a "moth-eaten wallet"), and then he allows his men to storm into the house as the women wail and attempt to stop them in vain. From a closet, Don Monico emerges with a rifle but he doesn't have the courage to use it, instead begging for his life...

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