Pocho Topics for Discussion

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In what ways does Richard remain true to his Mexican heritage? In what ways does he go against it?

Is Juan a good man or a bad man? How can you tell?

Why does the Rubio's marriage fall apart? Is it someone's fault?

The U.S.A. is made up almost entirely of immigrants and the descendants of immigrants. What does it mean to be American?

Juan is always thinking about going back to Mexico. Will it ever be possible? Why is it so important to him?

Why does Richard not try to go to officer's school with Ricky?

Explain the change that comes over Zelda when she starts dating Robert. From what sort of family do you think Zelda comes?

What is the author's attitude toward fighting? Does he think it is a good thing or a bad thing?

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