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Title: "Grandma" Short Analysis

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Subject: English
Author: Aaron W
Date: August 22, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 2 / 510
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It is almost as if she was so proud of her Spanish heritage that she refused any other culture. Also, her first few encounters with the narrator are marked with Spanish only speech, yet towards the middle of the story, she reveals that she can speak English, which is at first met with astonishment and indignation by the narrator; thereafter, she is considerably kinder to the boy...

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She becomes progressively more and more accustomed to, and even begins to enjoy the company of "gringos." This development is further accented when she begins calling "ese gringo" "Sharlie" instead (21, 30). She builds a rapport with him, eventually joking around with him, even sharing wine before dinner (15, 30)...

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