The narrator of “Tepeyac,” an unnamed person who describes the small store his Abuelito (grandfather) owns by the Hill of Tepeyac, a religious destination where it is believed by Catholics that Saint Juan Diego saw an apparition of the Virgen de Guadalupe (the Virgin Mary). One evening, the narrator comes to Abuelito’s shop and walks the old man home, passing through the familiar streets. The narrator then skips forward in time, describing his experience of returning to Tepeyac years later, when all of the landmarks and people have changed. The narrator proves himself to be a wistful, sentimental person by the fact that he is sadly reminiscent of the times he spent with his Abuelito and Abuelita in Tepeyac.
The Tepeyac Narrator Character Timeline in Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories
The timeline below shows where the character The Tepeyac Narrator appears in Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
The narrator of "Tepeyac" describes Tepeyac, a religious site where his Abuelito (grandfather) has a small shop. Around the... (full context)
Together, the narrator of "Tepeyac" and his Abuelito walk through the streets, passing the spot where Juan Diego “brought down... (full context)