"You are making me homeless," Antonio told the manager. – is seemingly a premonition to this aftermath in the protagonist’s life. His initial acceptance of this reality is driven by fear and confusion, a type of response coming from his base character whereas, on the other extreme end, Longoria has been molded into a new person through attainment of reasoning reversed against the moral standards that defy and eradicate his regard for humanitarianism. He eventually becomes obsessed with power and its consequences that used to consist of beliefs he’d truly rather reject by norm and justify the political violence of the village massacre as a valid anti-communist act. Longoria has a yellow jaguar tattoo made on his forearm, indicating his total submission to this reality. The sudden changes that he encountered in life have played their role in changing him completely and without letting him understand what in fact those sudden changes in life were meant for.
On seeking to be resolved with unconsciousness to his guilt in innocent killings, however, entails another stage as Longoria finds himself leaning toward order in Los Angeles whereupon extraordinary coincidence, the homeless Antonio detects his presence at a town square in a moment of leisure. Caught between being suppressed by some ounce of remaining goodness and abruptly jolting pain at the thought of revenge, the surging lawless advances in the third world city is sure to launch him turn the motive to execution. The Complexity of Tobars Novel.
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