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Next day, Antonio joins Ultima and other people on the street to watch the Trementinas as they  approach — Tenorio on horseback, a black patch over an eye socket, and his two black-clad  daughters in a horse-drawn wagon that carries a casket. At the church, the priest bars entry, and  Tenorio turns his horse around, glances at Ultima, and vows revenge. The harvest completed, Antonio returns to school, where he tells Samuel that he has seen the  golden carp. Prophetically, Samuel warns him that schoolboys may soon taunt him into fighting about  Ultima and her alleged witchcraft. Later, Tenorio and Narciso fight about Ultima in the town saloon,  and Samuel tells Antonio that the conflict over whether or not Ultima is a witch will end only when  blood is spilled. The school Christmas pageant is chaotic, and, relieved that it is over, Antonio creeps slowly home 
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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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