The Last Summer of the Death Warriors Setting & Symbolism

Francisco X. Stork
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St. Anthony's

St. Anthony's is the orphanage in Las Cruces, New Mexico where Pancho and D.Q. live. Pancho is sent to St. Anthony's after being kicked out of his foster home. The orphanage is run by Father Concha, and is the home to eighty boys between fourteen and eighteen years old.

The Death Warrior Manifesto

"The Death Warrior Manifesto" is the book D.Q. is writing. When describing the book to Pancho, he says, "It's a declaration of intent. In the case of the Death Warrior, it is a public declaration of how the Death Warrior is going to live his life" (Page 36). This book is particularly poignant because D.Q. knows that he is dying. In a way, this manifesto will be his final legacy.

The Aztec

The Aztec is the boxing ring Pancho used to visit when his father was a fighter. The first time...

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