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Where the Air Is Clear - Part 2, Section 7, " Pimpenela de Ovando" Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Section 7, " Pimpenela de Ovando" Summary

Meanwhile, elsewhere in the city, Pimpenela meets Ixca in a bar, but is quickly so offended by his rude manners that she leaves him and returns to her luxurious protective apartment full of elegant old furniture. She reflects on her youth, and how she always remained unmarried. Her family prevented her from pursuing her only love interest, a young lawyer named Roberto Regules, whom they considered too common. He ended up marrying his secretary Silvia, to Pimpenela's disappointment.

Part 2, Section 7, " Pimpenela de Ovando" Analysis

Pimpelina has remained an unmarried virgin for her whole life, in spite of being a desirable heiress. She simply cannot find anyone in the new world order who can meet her criteria of having money while also being sufficiently cultured background (she was forbidden to marry Roberto Regules as...

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