Effects Of Latino Stereotypes In Luis Valdez's Los Vendidos

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Written by Luis Valdez, "Los Vendidos" attempt was to focus on Latino stereotypes and their effects on society and on those stereotyped. The Mexican characters in the play symbolized each label cast against the race, allowing people to fully understand the prejudices they may hold against the race. By showing how Mexicans were treated by society through the secretary's rejection of each representative, people might realize their own prejudices and understand the how most Latinos feel. The individuals in the story appear to have their own identities within the Mexican race and each identity stands for a stereotype society generally holds of Mexicans. For example, the farm worker "loves his patrones”, also known as his masters, "goes back to

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