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CHAPTER XII - The First Waters

Boys and men, bathing a little way along the shore, were the colour of deep flame.
Kate and Carlota had climbed up to the af,~otea, the flat roof, from the stone stairway at the end of the terrace. They could see the world: the hacienda with its courtyard like a fortress, the road between deep trees, the black mud huts near the broken highroad, and little naked fires already twinkling outside the doors. All the air was pinkish, melting to a lavender blue, and the willows on the shore, in the pink light, were apple-green and glowing. The hills behind rose abruptly, like mounds, dry and pinky. Away in the distance, down the lake, the two white obelisk towers of Sayula glinted among the trees, and villas peeped out. Boats were creeping into the shadow, from the outer brightness of the lake.
And in one of these boats was Juana, being rowed, disconsolate, home.

CHAPTER XIII - The First Rain

RAMON and Cipriano were out by the lake. Cipriano also had changed into the white clothes and sandals, and he looked better than when in uniform.
`I had a talk with Montes when he came to Guadalajara,' Cipriano said to Ramon. Montes was the President of the Republic.
`And what did he say?'
`He is careful. But he doesn't like his colleagues. I think he feels lonely. I think he would like to know you better.'
`Why?'
'Perhaps that you could give him your moral support. Perhaps that you might be Secretary, and President when Montes' term is up.,
'I like Montes,' said Ramon. `He is sincere and passionate. Did you like him?'
'Yes-!' said Cipriano. `More or less. He is suspicious, and jealous for fear anyone else might want to share in his power.

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