2.05 the victory - Enrique's Journey Character Graphic...

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Enrique's Journey Character Graphic Organizer As you read, fill in observations for EACH chapter. Characters What factual details do you notice about the character? (Occupation, Attitude, Description, etc) What obstacles does the character face? Physical, Mental, and Emotional Explain how this obstacle is or is not a human rights issue. How does the character respond to each obstacle and what is the effect of that response? Include a quotation with the page that shows the obstacle. How does the period affect the character's approach to the obstacle? How does this character interact with others? Enrique Devoted His mother left him as a young child. He goes through obstacles to find his mother. Enrique was an immigrant, he was not allowed to cross the border to the U. S After obstacles, no matter how difficult they were, he never gave up. Because of his devotion, he was reunited with his mother. "Don't kill me," Enrique pleads. Enrique did not give up, when an obstacle came he tried to solve it or face it. He was careful with who he interacted with because it could be an undercover immigration police or someone who is trying to use him. Lourdes Risk taker Left her children, Enrique, Belky, and Diana behind and left Lourdes had to leave the children behind because the journey was Lourdes tried to face her obstacles but if they were easy way outs, she “she takes a job as a fichera, a type of prostitute.” When an obstacle came,
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