How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents - Study Guide The Rudy Elmenhurst Story Summary & Analysis

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The four girls had taken turns being the wildest one in the family. Sofia held the title the longest, but Sandi came in a close second. Carla had a few experiences but always explained them away as research for the others. For a few years it was Yolanda who held the title of being the wildest because of so much attention from boys, starting with boarding school. One of Yolanda's teachers had told her that she had a vivacious personality to which she attributed all the attention because Yolanda didn't feel that she was particularly attractive.

At college, Yolanda didn't seem to have the same luck. As soon as she would start to get to know a boy and feel something for him, he would take off. Yolanda soon realized it was because she wouldn't sleep with them and no amount...

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