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When I Was Puerto Rican Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Macun

Where Esmeralda and her family lives when she is four.

Santurce

Where Esmeralda's mother moves with the children with the fighting between her parents grows too heated.

La Parada #26, Stop 26

The address of Esmeralda's family in Santurce.

Macun Elementary School

Where Esmeralda attends.

El Mangle

Where the Ramona and the children move after Raymond's accident, this is where they live over the water.

Calle Castro Vina

Where the family lives when Ramona makes her second trip to New York, leaving the children behind with their father.

Sabana Grande

Where the family moves after Ramona's second trip to New York.

Ramon Emererio Betances School

Where Ramona attends when the family lives at Sabana Grande.

Brooklyn

Where Ramona, Esmeralda and the younger children arrive to begin their new lives in New York.

PA 66

The performing arts school where Esmeralda is accepted in New York.

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