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Title: Ramona
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Date: December 2, 2007
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"the Melting Pot." Systemic stripping of the Native Californians cultural identity, particularly the disdain for an agricultural system of living endemic to the Indian culture is a main area of concern in the novel, ""Were you thinking of hiring him permanently?" Asked the Senora in a surprised tone...
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"They are all poor, I suppose; he would not work with the shearers if he were not poor?but you have never been among them." Felipe said impatiently. "They are just as proud as we are. Some of them, I mean."" Throughout the novel we are treated to instances of Senora Moreno's distasteful view of Indians...
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