Bronx Masquerade - Lupe, p. 65 to Tyrone, p. 81 Summary & Analysis

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Lupe, p. 65 to Tyrone, p. 81 Summary

In "Lupe," Lupe feels very alone because she has broken up with her boyfriend. She still wants a baby, but she does not want to raise it alone. She calls Leslie and Leslie consoles her. Leslie says Lupe sounded already alone in that relationship. Leslie says she feels alone sometimes too. After her mother's funeral when she moved in with her grandmother, she felt hollow, but she is better now. They talk for an hour. Leslie says they can be like family and they have each other. Lupe's poem entitled "El Noche" discusses how she stands out on a cold night and how she chokes on loneliness. But a white figure (Leslie) comes and helps her.

In "Tyrone, Tyrone comments that Lupe's voice is soft and he likes when she reads. He is glad Mr...

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