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    In "Barrio Boy," Ernesto Galarza tells the story of his life from the time he lived in a small town in Mexico to his family's move to California in the United States. Even though he was very young...

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    A personal philosophy of values can be defined as an individual making personal choices to define right and wrong behavior as opposed to external laws or culture determining right and wrong for the...

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    Galarza uses dialogue and direct characterization to describe the events of his childhood. Galarza often incorporates dialogue directly into the paragraph when he characterizes someone, such as his...

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    The book "The Barrio Boy" was written with several underlying themes. However, the one that first comes to mind is the conflict between the poor Mexican Immigrants and Anglo- Saxon America. The...

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    Ernesto and his mother communicate with Miss Hopley with the aid of a student interpreter. After Ernesto and his mother are comfortably settled in her office, Miss Hopley opens a door in the far...

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    The plot revolves around the main character, Ernesto Galarza, who is raised by his mother, Dona Henriqueta. Dona was divorced by Ernesto's father when Ernesto was just an infant. This is a story of...

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