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sora13

  • one year ago

I will fan you!!! I have some done already! This semester you read several memoirs, including pieces by Ernesto Galarza and Russell Baker. Return to “Barrio Boy” and “No Gumption” now. How are these two memoirs similar? How are they different? In what ways are the authors’ choices and depictions related to the subject matter of their stories? I have read both memoirs, but early in the semester. Now I am having a hard time remembering. Here is what I have so far. Please provide ideas. "The memoirs are similar in a few ways. They are both written in first person, they share conflicts, and even have some of the same values. "

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  1. crazyforTWD
    • one year ago
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    I don't get it.....

  2. sora13
    • one year ago
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    What dont you get?

  3. crazyforTWD
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    all of it

  4. sora13
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    I don't understand...be more specific. Tell me what to xplain.

  5. crazyforTWD
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    "This semester you read several memoirs, including pieces by Ernesto Galarza and Russell Baker. Return to “Barrio Boy” and “No Gumption” now. How are these two memoirs similar? How are they different? In what ways are the authors’ choices and depictions related to the subject matter of their stories? I have read both memoirs, but early in the semester. Now I am having a hard time remembering. Here is what I have so far. Please provide ideas. "The memoirs are similar in a few ways. They are both written in first person, they share conflicts, and even have some of the same values. " That

  6. sora13
    • one year ago
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    I need to answer..."This semester you read several memoirs, including pieces by Ernesto Galarza and Russell Baker. Return to “Barrio Boy” and “No Gumption” now. How are these two memoirs similar? How are they different? In what ways are the authors’ choices and depictions related to the subject matter of their stories?"

  7. CrazyCountryGirl
    • one year ago
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    are you in K12....7th or 8th grade.

  8. CrazyCountryGirl
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    @sora13

  9. sora13
    • one year ago
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    9th

  10. CrazyCountryGirl
    • one year ago
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    you didn't have to be rude

  11. sora13
    • one year ago
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    what do you mean?

  12. CrazyCountryGirl
    • one year ago
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    your message im in 9th back to the question i was just asking and i did this in 7th grade at the first of the year...

  13. sora13
    • one year ago
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    No huge misunderstanding. I meant Im in 9th...Im back in the question room since I had left to go answer another question.

  14. CrazyCountryGirl
    • one year ago
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    ok.......im trying to remember what i put as the answer

  15. sora13
    • one year ago
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    Im right here. The memoirs are similar in a few ways. They are both written in first person, they share conflicts, and even have some of the same values. The characters lived in close time periods (both lived in 20th century) and were very poor. They went through a lot of struggle but in the end they achieved a lot. Both of these memoirs talk about being young children. But Like any memoir there are differences. In this case No Gumption was about a boy whose mother wanted him to have gumption. She didn’t want him to be like his father. Barrio boy though never speaks of this youth getting a job. Instead it is about an immigrant youth going to school and learning English. Im still stuck on the last part though.

  16. CrazyCountryGirl
    • one year ago
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    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1294813834

  17. sora13
    • one year ago
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    I looked there but i didnt get the last part.

  18. sora13
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    The memoirs are similar in a few ways. They are both written in first person, they share conflicts, and even have some of the same values. The characters lived in close time periods (both lived in 20th century) and were very poor. They went through a lot of struggle but in the end they achieved a lot. Both of these memoirs talk about being young children. But Like any memoir there are differences. In this case No Gumption was about a boy whose mother wanted him to have gumption. She didn’t want him to be like his father. Barrio boy though never speaks of this youth getting a job. Instead it is about an immigrant youth going to school and learning English. The authors choices relate directly to the subject matter of the material. For example, both authors use 1st person. This is reflected in the story and changes the way the story feels. We get a more detailed view of the events and how they took place. But we don’t get an impartial 3rd party view.

  19. sora13
    • one year ago
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    I think i got it,what do you think?

  20. CrazyCountryGirl
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    i didn't really get it either i had my sister's help...i don't really remember what she said about it though......sorry.

  21. CrazyCountryGirl
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    i like it

  22. sora13
    • one year ago
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    its ok

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