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Dahyun Chae EDU291 Dr. Burris Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan 1. How is Esperanza’s life different in the company camp in California from her life in Aguascalientes? And how is it similar? - Esperanza's life is different because she had never worked in Aquascalients or sweeps the floor or change and washes diapers, clothing. In California she had to do all those kinds of things (10.66). At first she didn't know how to do that because she was never taught in Aquascalientes. Also because where she lived and her surroundings were different. Though it is similar because she still has most of her family with her, so they can help each other. 2. Why do Josefina and Hortensia tell Esperanza and Miguel to shop only at the Japanese store? - They shop at the Japanese store because the owner treats everyone like family and doesn't say that Mexicans, for example can't come into the store. People are mad because he is allowing any race come into his store.
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  • Spring '14
  • American novels, Esperanza, Esperanza Rising, Pam Muñoz Ryan

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