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  • Indebted Children

    away because my parents could not afford braces. I threw a tantrum in my house asking god why I didn’t have things the other lighter skin kids in my...

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  • Articles

    ethnicity plays in the life of an individual i.e. “The boy with the black hair”; and the impact and the heroism of the baseball players in the...

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  • Myths: Education and Family

    happy with “…no rifts…” (Soto 29) is what negatively impacts society because no one should set a standard on what a family should be like. As a...

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  • Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow

    the shorter days and longer nights, who can blame us? These are not the only things that I think of when the onslaught of fall is upon us, however....

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  • Gary Soto

    passages in Soto's piece is the third to last paragraph. Soto states: "We can slide through life incognito, hoping that no one will remember us...

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  • Love: Oranges from When I Knew a Woman

    lasting impression on the young immature individual just as much as a deeper love can impact a mature soul later in life. In the poem “Oranges” by...

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  • Harmony at Home

    Synopsis. One of the more interesting essays in Rereading America by Colombo, Cullen, and Lisle was “Looking for Work” by Gary...

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  • Conceptual Definition of Family

    life and that it would make him happy to live there so welcomed him into her home. By her being selfless, the boy was able to grow up doing well in...

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  • Taking Sides Character Analysis

    life, unlike everyone else at his new school. Therefore, when he went to school he wore jeans, busted at the knees, and his coat...

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  • Annotated Bibliography

    Graff,E.J. “What Makes a Family.” Rereading America. 5th Ed. Gary Colombo, Robert Cullen, Bonnie Lisle. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2004....

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  • The Innocence of Love

    boy who is falling in love with a girl in his school. He thinks that the best way to win her heart is to become a rock star and so he joins his...

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  • Work

    Aldine ISD Summer Reading Response Log High School English III Grade 11 (entering English 3)     During the summer you are...

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  • Nothing

    Baseball In April by Gary Soto is a pretty cool book. It interested me because it was written by a Mexican/ Chicano author. I...

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  • Saturday at the Canal Analysis

    the Canal Title- It makes me feel like lonely, spending QT time with myself. Paraphrase- I was hoping to be happy when I got to seventeen,...

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  • Gary Soto

    Final Essay: Gary Soto Gary Soto, born on April 12th, 1952 is a proud Mexican-American that grew...

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  • Biography: Gary Soto

    Gary Soto was born in Fresno, California on April 12, 1952. Although his grandparents were born in Mexico, his parents were...

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  • Analysis Essay Soto: 1996

    AP Language and Composition 29 October 2013 Soto Analysis: 1996 Second Draft As a child, much of the minds of people reflect on bright,...

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  • My Mothers Strength

    My Mother’s Strength Unlike Gary Soto in “Looking for work.” I didn’t look to the television to imitate what my idea of a...

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  • Glimpses Into the Past

    was all about having fun. Of course, I was only five at the time. My life was like a sitcom on TV. Boy, how things have changed. The authors...

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  • A Summer Life by Gary Soto Essay

    In the passage, “A Summer life” by Gary Soto. He writes an autobiography about his childhood past. One summer day, where he stole...

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