Pocho Setting & Symbolism

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Juarez

Juarez is the city in Mexico that Juan goes to in the first scene. It is where he kills a man and is arrested.

Mexico City

Mexico City is the capital of Mexico and one of the world's largest cities. Juan has marched in and "liberated" it many times.

California

After initially living right by the border of the U.S.A. and Mexico, the Rubios move to California, near L.A.

Santa Clara

Juan buys a house for his family to live in in Santa Clara. This means that they are middle class.

The Barn

Richard and his friends like to go to the barn and fool around.

Toby Tyler

Toby Tyler is the name of Richard's favorite book. It is about a boy in the circus, and his monkey.

Consuelo's Rosary

When Richard is a small child, he watches his mother struggle in childbirth. She...

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