Colombia is a country near south America. in 1810 ,Columbia won its independence from spain.The country has suffered from a war conflict. The conflict increased since then but in the 20 century the conflict has decreased. Colombia has a wide variety of races such as spanish, Africans,and modern immigrants from mainly europe and...
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...o and two together. Some people think very little of the poor some even look down at them as if they were nothing , failures! but really they are just less fortunate.The mother in the short story "Tuesday Siesta" in spite of poverty, tragedy, even in spite of shame that her son might have brung apon her family and herself she still remains some sort of dignity and left with her head held high. The mother didnt want to let other for one bit think she was ashame of her son."senteno Ayala" is the name belonging to the mother that the son will carry with honor. the mother takes full responsibility for his wrong doings. I also think this is why the mother and daughter leaves with such dignity. I think this story has a powerful message. Family should stick together no matter what. Like my mother always say " those who matter , dont judge and those who judge dont matter!"
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