Read the excerpt from Gentleman of Río en Medio. I sent a messenger up to the mountains for Don Anselmo. It took a week to arrange another meeting. When he arrived, he repeated his previous preliminary performance. He wore the same faded cutaway, carried the same stick and was accompanied by the boy again. He shook hands all around, sat down with the boy behind his chair, and talked about the weather. Don Anselmo continues to wear the same clothes after the sale of his land which shows that he does not see any value in money. the appearance of wealth is not important to him. he does not believe he will get the money he is owed. the meeting with the narrator is not important to him.

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