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Epilogne to House of the Spirits After reading House of the Spirits I was left with many questions Thus I decided to write an epilogne and my objective being to bring and 21st century resolution to this horrible period The story follows the original narrator Alba and is told in first person limited Twenty years have elapsed since the last chapter and she is concluding what has been happening in her life as well as what has been happening in her country People were gathered in front of the courthouse in hushed spirits and bottles of wine waiting to be opened The Dictator was on trial and his immunity could possibly be lifted We silently waited The past twenty years had been good for Chile economically but at the same time human rights had been sacrificed The Dictator opened the markets and the economy began to flourish but at the same time people had disappeared by the thousands Their houses had been broken into in the middle of the night and soldiers had driven off with loved ones who were to never be seen again I gave birth to a daughter shortly after my beloved grandfather died I named her Eva for I believed that she symbolized the eve of a new beginning not only for my family but for my country as well Miguel visited me a few times visiting his daughter Whether the daughter was ultimately his or not I dont know but it didnt matter He had the love of a father and that was enough to confirm it for me The Dictator was still in power so my visits with Miguel were often brief and between long separations Some periods were so long I wondered if he was captured and if I would ever see him again Each visit I recorded so when Eva became old enough she could read about the love he had for her
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