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Shelves: literatura-de-pr , colonization , fiction Reading Puertorican literature is one of my most treasured activities. The book starts with Josco a methapor of how the hard working Puertoricans have to make way and give the good positions to lazy and privileged north Americans.
The last story addresses the transition in the Reading Puertorican literature is one of my most treasured activities. The last story addresses the transition in the education which must include english even though the teacher himself does not know how to speak it. It made me feel as though I was there watching the teacher struggle to pronounciate words.
It was told in a very hilarious tone. On Christmas day the teacher surprised the classroom by dressing as Santa Claus up to deliver gifts and share the custom.
But since no one was familiar with a larger than life bearded man dressed in red attire, rubber boots, and speaking a foreign language, people got so scared they jumped out of windows.
I loved this book and what made it even more special it was a gift from my dad. Don Abelardo nos presenta una serie de cuentos que describen a un Puerto Rico dentro de la colonia Norteamericana pero antes de ser bautizada como Estado Libre Asociada.
Mi historia favorita es la del Josco y no creo que ninguna otra historia tenga tanta pasion como esa. Abelardo Diaz Alfaro captura tan perfectamente la vida del jibaro y sus luchas que me hacen recordar las historias que me contaba mi abuelo. Aug 05, Natasha rated it it was amazing Read it on High School.
Díaz Alfaro, Abelardo
Abelardo Díaz Alfaro