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"A group of prostitutes we had passed out a store in the morning's drive out here had been pretty too. Somehow, I had not expected to find beauty in this town made of planks and corrugated tin."
The Gringo and the Mexicano, p. 4

"Strangely opposite emotions swept over Alonso and me as we walked those streets of Laredo. I suddenly felt a great excitement and wave of relief, a joy at being home again after so many weeks, out of the hands of the coyotes, away from Mexican law enforcement, back in a place, I thought, where I could explain myself out of most predicaments I might find myself in."
The Gringo and the Mexicano, p. 25

"Over the past few days I had absorbed much of the technique of citrus picking - and been thoroughly disabused of the notion that this was some kind of unskilled labor."
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