Vacaciones en Sunnyland

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Javier Amaya, 2010 - Culture conflict - 110 pages
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"At the beginning of the 80s, Arnulfo Lopez a young undocumented worker crosses de south border of the United States, hoping to make a future for himself and help his family income in his home town. Lopez works in several temporary jobs and when he finally believes that he can earn a steady income with an acquittance, he is betrayed and ends up in jail. During his arrest, Lopez gets to know the other face of the "American Dream" through local and foreign characters that interact with him and share their stories behind bars. While Arnulfo proves his innocence, he tries to hide his situation from his mother who is very worried. Another family twist puts Lopez heading back to his native town after getting freedom on probation"--Author's website.
 

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Contents

Carta para mi madre
1
Camaleón
15
Matasiete y Luis
31
Breve historia de Pepe
51
Ishma
67
La verdad es relativa
83
Fin de mis vacaciones
99
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