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El sueno de America (America's Dream)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2011

    tear jerker!

    Truly a must read. Esmeralda Santiago has captured my heart. I was raised in a home where a man is the hispanic "macho." I myself married into the same. My own daughters also have married into the same. The author really knows how this will continue to pass on through generations. Love, love this book!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2014

    I HAYE BOYS

    I FUAING HATE LIAM HE WENT WITH ME BUT DITCHED MEEEEEEEEEEEE HOW CAN HE DO THAY IM SO DAMN ANGRY HES KISSING ANOYHER HIRL CAN HE NOT SEE I LIKE JIM I THOUHY HE LIKED ME BUT APPARENTLY JOT IM SO AGRYYYUU

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2000

    El Sueno de America-Un Libro Que Se Tiene Que Leer

    Yo lei este libro durante este verano, fue muy excelente! Esmeralda Santiago, captura la esencia de la isla de Vieques. America es una mujer que se escapa de la violencia domestica y se fue a vivir en los Estados Unidos ha Nueva York. Es un libro de la historia de una mujer, y sus relacciones con su madre, su hija, y su novio (Correa) quien la maltrata. This book is excellent. I read it over the summer and was amazed at how wonderfully descriptive Esmeralda Santiago was. I almost felt as though I was on the island of Vieques. The story is about America, and her escape from a violent relationship. How she came to the United States and started over. How when free from the constant threat of domestic violence, she was able to dream again and flourish. Esmeralda Santiago has done it again! Bravo!

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    Posted January 25, 2010

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