Yolanda - Surname 1 Your Name Supervisor Name Course Name Due Date Similar than Different In the book How the Garcia Girls Lost their Accents talks

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Surname 1 Your Name Supervisor Name Course Name Due Date Similar than Different In the book How the Garcia Girls Lost their Accents talks about the exile Yolanda Garcia. A Dominican American woman in her 30s who returns to the Dominican Republic after 5 years to visit her extended family. This book seeks to give an outlook on family connections 'the girls' sense of identity'. The book moves back in time. Antojos is the last story, where Yolanda has lost her accent and most of her Spanish these instances make her look like an American. The analysing of Antojos will seek to re-write a different story of the men that helped Yolanda changer her tire from their perspective. The men helped Yolanda out of the kindness of their hearts and Yolanda did not see it as an act of kindness, for her it was more of a service. She offered them men money for changing her tire. The men felt uncomfortable. The fear that Yolanda has of men and stories she has heard prompted her to give the men money and distrust them. When Yolanda

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