Analysis Of Seventh Grade By Gary Soto

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Gary Soto’s Seventh Grade is a realistic fiction piece written to entertain teens or tweens. This short story has a shallow meaning that is not very apparent but it is not stressed either. It discusses the common concept of faking it until you make it. its short plot told in third person omniscient describing the first day of seventh grade for the protagonist Victor. Gary Soto makes attempts to make the plot connected using descriptive words like “crackling” and dialogue that does work but everything is still separate. the main example of this is Teresa and Michael, they have to almost completely unrelated pieces of fabric that Gary Soto tries to tie together using one string. Michael is only in one paragraph where michael says to Victor”’i

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