Objects & Places from Caramelo, or, Puro Cuento

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Caramel Rebozo - Throughout this story, this is the one thing that Soledad and Celaya both admire and love more than anything.

San Antonio - A town in Texas where the family moves to after the grandmother buys everyone a house.

House on Destiny Street - The family drives to this place every year, which is where Inocencio and his brothers and sister grew up.

Acapulco - The Mexican beach town where Inocencio leaves his mother.

Skin Color - This is used to determine a person's social class.

Tres Reyes Upholstery - The business that Inocencio creates with the help of one of his uncles.

Maxwell Street - An open air market in Chicago that the family goes to every Sunday instead of church.

Zocalo - The main plaza in Mexico City.

Chicago - The city in Illinois where the family ends up.

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