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The Circuit: Stories from the Life of a Migrant Child - El Angel de Oro Summary & Analysis

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El Angel de Oro Summary

In El Angel de Oro, the family moves to Corcoran. It rains and there is not much to do. The workers cannot pick crops when it rains. To pass the time, Francisco watches the neighbor's goldfish swim in a bowl on the windowsill. Mama names it Angel de Oro. Papa worries because they must move somewhere else if it keeps raining. Francisco goes to school. He meets Miguelito and they promise to meet after school. Francisco is now in the third grade. They play games and meet by the creek. Miguelito snaps off branches and says these are fishing poles. He will teach Francisco to fish tomorrow after school. Francisco looks forward to it all day. However, Miguelito never comes. Francisco checks his tent and it is empty. Francisco is very sad. It pours for several days...

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