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“Beatriz is a tremendous resource for the area and we will certainly be back to visit her and this beautiful region of Mexico.”
“MEET THE NEW DEPUTY BOSS -- At a news conference this morning, Mayor Vincent Gray will name Beatriz "B.B.”
“Her administration of his estate has bothered some scholars; she has been denounced by the French publisher Gallimard, by Le Nouvel Observateur, and by intellectuals such as Beatriz Sarlo, as an obstacle to the serious reading of Borges’ works.”
“Beatriz joins the five other adults and two children who are waiting.”
“Finally buzzed in, Beatriz makes her way up a dark stairway to the second floor offices, where Elena Martínez, the parish receptionist, sits in a small room behind a plexiglass window with a bank teller–like hole through which to speak to visitors.”
“Most of the people, like Beatriz, have come to see Padre, who is meeting with a family in the next room.”
“Beatriz tries to get into the three-story brick building without success, and decides to walk down the block to the large green-turreted brick chapel, where she finds a lone maintenance worker on his knees cleaning the floor.”
“Back at the locked office doors, Beatriz explains that she has been having serious problemas in recent weeks, and had come to speak with el padre the previous day.”
“Beatriz and her husband, Miguel, made it to shore with their two sons, Isaac and Nathaniel, who were toddlers at the time.”
“He worked in the mines, while Beatriz took in mending to make ends meet.”
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