The narrator and her family move to the USA, where the narrator tries to blend in, her mother begins inventing every night, and her father still fears his past.
The narrator was asked to write a speech, so when she did, her father didn't approve of it and tore her papers. She was furious so she called him Chapita and they didn't talk for a long time.
After the narrator told her speech, the one her mother rewrote in a more appropriate way, everyone liked it, even her father. As a sign or form of apology, the father brought the narrator a new typewriter and she was thrilled. They both make up