Bronx Masquerade - Lupe, p. 146 to Tyrone, p. 156 Summary & Analysis

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Lupe, p. 146 to Tyrone, p. 156 Summary

In "Lupe," Lupe is worried about studying. Mr. Ward says Lupe can go to a decent college if she pulls up her grades. She wants to go somewhere out of state, away from her stepfather. She wants to be a kindergarten teacher or pediatrician. Her sister says she is envious because Lupe is smart and she always wanted to go to college. Lupe's focus is on studying and not on having a baby to find love. Lupe's poem "Imagine" discusses her five year-old self walking by a mirror and hearing her father. She opens a drawer labeled tomorrow and stores her past in there.

In "Tyrone," Tyrone says Lupe's voice is strong, Lupe pays attention in class and she goes to the library.

In "Diondra," Diondra leaves art school brochures out at her house. Her...

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