In the Time of the Butterflies

What prompts Patria to become involved in the revolution?

How does her commitment differ from Minerva’s and María Teresa’s

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On June 14th, Patria attends a sermon on the assumption and witnesses the murder of a uyoung boy during the invasion. As a result, the Christian Cultural Group becomes the ACC, a group that plans to organize a powerful underground. Unlike her sisters, Patria's involvement is insured by what she has experienced first hand.


In the Time of Butterflies