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"La Danzante": Moraga contemplates her Indian heritage by reflecting on the red soil—red because it is the color often used to describe Indian skin and soil because of the strong connection between Indians and the land.

"The Dying Road to a Nation, A Prayer Para Un Pueblo": For Moraga, her concept of God has always been dominated by the idea of death, sometimes to such an extent that she equates the two. This is because death is, in her mind, the most powerful thing in the universe because it is the thing of which she is most afraid. This fear is not only about her own death but also about the deaths of any of the women she loves, like her mother. When she was nineteen she had an experience which, in her mind, must have been something like...

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