The Tree of Red Stars - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Tessa Bridal
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Chapter 13 Summary

Magda seeks advice from Gabriela, an uneducated woman in the poor part of town. Magda sees people as friends and does not hold biases against them. Gabriela is a mystical woman who reads palms. This symbolizes her unconventional knowledge and the trust that Madga has in her. Magda does not speak to anyone but Gabriela about Marco, her true love. The writer shows the audience that all people possess knowledge even if it isn't gained through formal education.

Bridal uses three different stories of young women in love to demonstrate how this decision affects their lives. Magda is used, albeit not successfully, by Jaime for her mother's connections in the United States. Cora is used as a tragic figure, giving her true love and then taking it away because of her position in life. Senora Francisca and senor Ruben's daughter Raquel, has the...

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