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The Latin Deli: An Ars Poetica - From the Book of Dreams in Spanish Summary & Analysis

Judith Ortiz Cofer
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From the Book of Dreams in Spanish Summary

In her dreams, the girl reaches for the lush fruit at the top of the tamarind tree and devours all of it before it hits the ground. According to the book of dreams, the tree symbolizes her father and the fruit stands for unfulfilled words, hopes and wishes. The girl wonders why she is still hungry after eating all of the fruit.

From the Book of Dreams in Spanish Analysis

The girl wanted so much love and affection from her father, and the longing still permeates her dreams. She is still unfulfilled, however, every time the dream ends.

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