Unformatted text preview: Antonio, apologized for her “inappropriate” behavior when Nailza got upset about Joana’s death. Considering the conditions in which these people live, it is logical that they do not allow themselves to feel grief for all of their losses. Poverty, hunger and disease are just some of the problems that people face every day in Brazil. The struggle for life is a daily fight for everyone, and it is much harder to raise a child when they are struggling to stay alive themselves. Most working women have to leave their infants in their homes alone while they go off to work for about a dollar a day. Life is very difficult for these women which is why their children have to be strong and have to be able to survive all that life throws at them on their own....
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- Spring '10
- little girl, average American woman, Nailza