Antonio considers the possibility that his mother has been praying to the wrong god

Antonio considers the possibility that his mother has been praying to the wrong god

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Antonio considers the possibility that his mother has been praying to the wrong god; perhaps she  should pray to the golden carp. He asks Samuel where he can see the golden carp and is told that  Cico will show him the fabulous carp. From that moment on, Antonio is obsessed with the concept of  the holy, golden carp. That summer, Antonio hears rumors that his Uncle Lucas is bewitched; he has been ill all winter and  now it is summer, and he is still very ill, apparently because he watched some witches (the three  Trementina sisters) dancing and performing "black rites." Ultima agrees to treat him but warns  Gabriel and María that they will be held responsible for perhaps unleashing an uncontrollable chain  of events if she tampers with Lucas' fate. She says that Antonio will be her assistant, and Uncle  Pedro stresses Antonio's strong Luna blood. The horned day-moon that Ultima sees on their way to El Puerto seems a good omen; the Lunas 
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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Antonio considers the possibility that his mother has been praying to the wrong god

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