Here's to you Jesusa - Heres To You Jesusa The book tells...

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“Here’s To You Jesusa” The book tells us a history about a woman who was young during the Mexican Revolution. Elena describes the experiences of Jesusa. As the book tells us, Jesusa was a female soldier (soldadera) during the Mexican Revolution. Here, she talks about all the problems and hard times that she had around her. In this book, the author describes about poor women and her husband who was a soldier in the Mexican Revolution. Elena tells us that they have saved their money but during the revolution time her husband decided to send her to Mexico City with all the money that they had. Finally she moves to Mexico City but when she arrives she could not find her bag which was full of cash money. So she decided to find a job in the same day and work in the city to make money. In Elena’s book, Jesusa describes her personality and tells us that she had a lot of problems during that time especially when she talks about Perico. Jesusa experienced a lot during her life. She tells us that after her husband leaves her “I sold his things little by
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course HIS 352L taught by Professor Matthew during the Summer '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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