Warren St. John Writing Styles in Outcasts United

Warren St. John
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Structure

Outcasts United is separated into three main parts. In Part One: Changes, the reader learns the story of Luma who grew up in a wealthy family in Amman Jordan, a nation in which the vast majority of citizens live in abject poverty. She went to the best schools and had a college education in the United States. The freedom she enjoyed during her four years in a U.S. college compelled her to stay where she could be herself. She told her family that she would not return to Jordan; she was staying in America where she could live free. Her father disowned her and cut her off from family contact and its fortune.

In Part Two: A New Season, the story of Luma’s struggle being an undocumented immigrant in the U.S. and being forced to take menial jobs just to make it. Luma’s...

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