Unformatted text preview: .) Good boy. ( The Patroncito steps to one side and leans over . Farmworker kisses his ass. Patroncito snaps up triumphantly. ) ‘At’s a baby! You’re okay, Pancho.” This dialogue shows the treatment of the farmworkers as if they are lower than humans and are only fit for hard labor and to please their masters. The farmworker has a pig mask that the Patroncito gives to him during the play which represents the enforcement and at the end of the scene Patroncito is pulled away by Charlie, one of his own men. This depicts the foolishness of the owner and how the poor helpless worker was able to outwit him out of his belongings. The play shows the situations of the Chicanos and plays a major part of their lives....
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- Summer '11