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The Latin Deli: An Ars Poetica - The Chameleon Summary & Analysis

Judith Ortiz Cofer
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The Chameleon Summary

A chameleon is moved from a green leaf to brown bark to see his changes, and he stares back at the author to see her transformation. While she stays the same, he refuses to leave, even after she has opened the door to his cage.

The Chameleon Analysis

This wistful little poem speaks volumes about the girl's wishing that she could adapt as easily as the malleable chameleon, which seems more convinced about her adaptation skills than she is.

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