Crazy Weekend: A Novel Setting & Symbolism

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Fresno

Fresno is a cold and foggy city in central California. Uncle Julio lives there. Hector and Mando spend a three-day weekend in Fresno.

East Los

East Los is East Los Angeles, California. It is a rough neighborhood full of litter, broken wine bottles, graffiti and cars parked on the sidewalk. It is a low income, Latino neighborhood where Hector and Mando grow up.

Crank call

A crank call is when a caller hangs up immediately or plays a joke on the person s/he calls.

Super Bowl Salad

Super Bowl Salad is Uncle Julio's salad creation. He makes the salad in a large bowl with peas as spectators, cottage cheese as the football field, toothpicks for goals, olives for teams, cherries for cheerleaders, peppercorns for referees and an olive pit for a football.

Nikon

Nikon is Uncle Julio's preferred brand of camera.

Cessna 143

Cessna 143 is a small...

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