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The Circuit: Stories from the Life of a Migrant Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Circuit Summary

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The Circuit Summary

In The Circuit, the peak of the strawberry season is over. Ito, the Japanese strawberry sharecropper, does not smile. The workers do not pick much. By the end of August, most of the workers have left. Francisco waits every evening to hear Ito announce they are done picking for the day. They pack up and move again. Papa is very proud of his new, broken down car. They travel to Fresno and stop at a labor camp there. It does not need more workers. They go further. They find work and they are allowed to stay the whole season. They live in a garage. Francisco, Papa and Roberto pick while Mama takes care of the children. Francisco and Roberto run away when they see the school bus so they do not get in trouble for not attending school. They pick grapes day in and day...

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