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Maria Teresa's story is one of growth. She is very superficial and materialistic early in the story, and becomes a tough, committed revolutionary later. One poignant quote is when she describes her experience as a political prisoner, talking about women who break down and cry:
The alternative is freezing yourself up, never showing what you're feeling, never letting on what you're thinking.
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