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Unformatted text preview: Puerto Rico, they still have to live in poor neighborhoods and be away from most of their friends and family members. Pedro Juan Soto, talks about the problems that Puerto Ricans had to face when they came to New York, in all of his stories. I am curious about some of the stories that Pedro Juan Soto wrote. I would like to read the full versions to read all about the issues the people in the stories had to deal with. I enjoy that Pedro Juan Soto writes about what they dealt with, and does not leave any of the harsh details out. In Conclusion, the United States gave Puerto Ricans false hope. They expected the great American dream, and got nothing like that. They face hardship and discrimination in the United States, and were too poor to just move back to Puerto Rico, but had trouble paying to life in the United States. There was really no good in their situation at least at the beginning....
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- Spring '07
- U.S. state, Puerto Ricans, Pedro Juan Soto