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Kim Lynn,
I agree with your response to the book and its use in the classroom. You mentioned Ezperanza looking down on the poor Mexican, the servants. She did this even with her best friend, Miguel when she told him that they were on separate sides of the river. In the end she comes to realize that there is only one side of the river and they are both there. I think she also begin to think how true Carmen's words were about "I am rich, but I am poor". Aren't we all?

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