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In the story "Mericans" we are at a church in Mexico. The writer uses the detailed description of the church, the praying, and the Spanish language to help you visualize that you are at a church in Mexico. It is the girl's memory of a day when she and her brothers follow their "awful grandmother" to a church service probably on a Sunday morning.
The people in this story, Michele, Keeks, and Junior are American Mexicans. This is represented by the language used, the games played, and their ability to speak English. Auntie light-skin is most likely American. …
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