The Underdogs a Novel of the Mexican Revolution - Part II, XI - XIV Summary & Analysis

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Part II, XI - XIV Summary

XI: The army continues with the goal to get to the "sierra." Luis warns Demetrio that they are hiring too many men and that funds are becoming exhausted, but Demetrio pays little heed. Luis haggles with Quail over some valuables, showing continued greed on Luis' part. Blondie's prisoner becomes too exhausted to walk any further, and even at the prodding of Blondie's sword, he doesn't move.

The army moves into the city of Guadalajara. They turn the school into a barracks, and the men loot the locals as usual. One city resident, a widower with nine children, begs to see Demetrio and is given audience. He says that the rebels stole every grain of his corn and that he'll starve. Demetrio, not seeing the obvious violence in his men, simply asks the man why he let them. Luis, with...

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