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Baseball in April and Other Stories - Two Dreamers Summary & Analysis

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Two Dreamers Summary

In Two Dreamers, Hector Molina lives with his family in an undisclosed location in California but spends the summers with his grandparents in Fresno. Hector is his grandfather Luis' favorite grandson. Luis is a Mexican immigrant who works as a watchman at night. He has lived a long and successful life in the United States. Nearing retirement age, Luis thinks of making a large amount of money in a short amount of time to secure retirement above mere subsistence. Luis' wife, Hector's grandmother, is a conservative and traditional Hispanic woman who values results above speculation and often mildly chastises Luis for his daydreaming. Luis therefore enlists the young Hector in most of his idle speculations. One of Hector's uncles has recently made a great deal of money in real estate, buying older houses, fixing them up, and reselling them at a large markup. One day...

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