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Her extraordinary talent as a painter developed early on and became proof of that. Her images evoked surrealism long before she knew the meaning of the word or encountered it in art. The only real regret I have about Maria’s gradual separation from her native language is that I did not try harder to give her the opportunity to learn to read ﬁrst in Spanish rather than in English. That would have made the acquisition of basic reading, math, and other skills easier in the ﬁrst years of elementary school.
The talk made me sick at my stomach. Suddenly my mood changed [ . . ] All at once that chatter ceased to be nauseating; it ﬁlled me with wonder. It was age-old harbor gossip, as old as the Old Harbor itself, even older. Wonderful old harbor gossip that has gone on as long as there has been a Mediterranean Sea! Phoenician gossip, Canadian gossip, Greek gossip, and Roman gossip. The place had never lacked gossipers, worrying about ship accommodations and funds, ﬂeeing from every real and imagined terror in the world!
With the growing number of bodies, the sight of vultures, smaller birds, and wild dogs became familiar to her, especially after her family ﬂed the volcano to the outskirts of San Vicente. There, army troops conducted their pursuit of FMLN guerrillas with little regard for the so-called collateral damage they inﬂicted on the refugee population in their wake. ” Maria would often ask me after one of these stories. And hearing no satisfactory answer she would provide her own: “I think they like it.