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So so so informative. I wish more of the writers who are mentioned in this book were part of my required reading when I was growing up. So important to know the diversity of our American literature ...
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Page 13 - The Spanish-speaking person, by contrast, is likely to meet difficulties by adjusting to them rather than by attempting to overcome them. Fate is somewhat inexorable, and there is nothing much to be gained by struggling against it. If the lot of man is hard — and it frequently is — such is the will of God, incomprehensible but just, and it is the obligation of man to accept it.
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