As Esperanza and her mother begin the journey to California they realize that their life will never be the same. Esperanza has a hard time adjusting to this new way of life as a peasant, a commoner. "Esperanza had never been so close to so many peasants before." She even says, " We cannot travel in this car. It...it is not clean. And the people do not look trustworthy." When Esperanza doesn't share her doll with the girl in the car her mother is very embarrassed and disappointed, why? What do her actions on the journey show us about her character? Do you think Esperanza will learn to accept that they are no longer wealthy and change for the better? Why or why not?
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