What is the story Alejandra's godmother tells John Grady? What is the significance of the story?
What is the argument John Grady and Rawlins have after they are arrested? How does this impact the two of them and their relationship?
What does Perez say about the differences between Mexican and American ideas of good and evil? Compare that to general opinions about races and the stigmas associated with good and evil.
What is the relationship between John Grady and Lacy Rawlins? How does it evolve over time?
What is the price Alejandra pays for having John Grady as her lover? How does it impact her life and those of her family members?
What is the advice John Grady gets from a group of Mexican children when he explains that he is going to try to win Alejandra's love? What does John Grady do with that advice? How does...
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