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Unformatted text preview: Wishing others to admire his garden, Montoya plans a dinner party. He invites several missionaries. During a story by one of the priests, a serving boy becomes distracted and spills a platter of gravy on one of the guests. An angry and drunken Montoya throws a goblet at the boy, which kills him. The guests leave, and the Indians revolt against Montoya by throwing him from the plateau. Latour returns to Santa Fe, and dismisses Father Gallegos. Vaillant replaces Gallegos, replacing his predecessor's revelry with a more austere devotion. Vaillant is dispatched to Las Vegas. On his way back to Albuquerque, he stops to administer Last Rites to residents of a Pecos Mountain village who are afflicted with black measles. Vaillant becomes afflicted as well. Latour travels to help his friend, and stops along the way to visit Jacinto, his wife Clara and the couple's sick child. Latour ponders and stops along the way to visit Jacinto, his wife Clara and the couple's sick child....
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston.
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