Nala’s New Friend This is a story of an imaginative kitten, Nala, who jumps over canyons, dodges boulders and tries to hunts down monstrous beasts everyday. Her world is absolutely perfect in her mind until Reuben the dog arrives. Nala was only 1 month old when her family found her in a box with her brothers and sisters on the corner of Sycamore and Studebaker Drive. She was taken by the family being the absolute cutest of the group while her siblings were taken to a nearby animal shelter. Nala loved her family. They had intense battles of capturing the little red dot the moves from chair to chair, which in Nala’s mind are great canyons. In her family there was a girl, a boy, a man and a lady. The boy played soccer and was always kicking …show more content…
Hi Nala! I’m a dog” Reuben replied “We cannot be friends” she said walking off “You need to go”. After hearing this, Reuben went back to the living where he was greeted by the girl and boy with big hugs and squeals. Disgusted, Nala went back to her bed to continue her nap only to be awoken by the most irritating squeaking sound coming from the living room. Nala ran back to the living room and saw that Reuben had received a bone-shaped rubber toy that made an ear splitting, high pitched noise when squeezed. This bothered Nala so she went to the garage to hunt for rats, but was too annoyed to do anything The days went on and, to Nala’s disliking, the dog stayed. Nobody ever played the red dot game with her anymore since they were out playing fetch with Reuben. Even when the boy played soccer Reuben would interfere and end up tackling Nala, so she just left. During the day when the girl and boy went out to school was the worst for Nala. Every corner she turned Reuben would be there waiting to jump Nala or ask if she wanted to play fetch. This annoyed Nala so much that once she said yes to playing fetch once. While the dog counted to twenty-five, Nala hid the bone so far he didn’t return for one whole
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Anaya assimilated the memories of his childhood into his novel, such as his hometown, school, church, and the neighboring communities and farms. Furthermore, the author established many resemblances between characters of the novels and the people he encountered during his youth. In the case of his parents, both the author and the protagonist’s mother was raised in a society of religious Catholic farmers. Meanwhile their fathers were raised abiding the principles of a vaquero living on the llano.
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Janie was tired, Tea Cake told her to swim to a roof of the house but their was a mad dog. Janie couldn't go on top of the roof, Tea Cake cut the dog to save Janie but the dog had a chance to bit him on the arm. They arrived to a safe place and lived in a decent house, Tea Cake was forced to bury people who didn't make it through the storm. That's when Janie's world was turned upside down, Tea Cake was getting sick so Janie got a doctor. The doctor told Janie in private that Tea Cake has rabies and it was too late.
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‘Why?’”, showing the stress caused by the death of the puppies(130). China’s puppies are the family’s source of money, knowing this, they won’t have the money to buy certain things. Some of these things include food and additional shelter for the upcoming hurricane they are about to face. In addition, the family needs to pay for Daddy’s medical bill and Randall’s basketball camp. The death of the puppy put the Batiste family in an unwanted position.
In contrast to his father’s view of life, Antonio’s mother has a much different opinion. Antonio’s mother felt differently about what Gabriel wants for Antonio as, “My mother was not a woman of the Llano, she was the daughter of a farmer. She could not see the beauty in the Llano and she could not understand the coarse men who lived half their lifetimes on horsebacks.” (2). Anaya builds upon the different perspectives on life through both of Antonio’s parents ' cultures and upbringing, to exemplify the range of cultures in a syncretic society like New Mexico, as well as the added information to the formation of opinions and outlooks on life.
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Soon she came to know that this man was one of her old playmates. He too had ventured out in the world and was now going back to the valley. But on reaching the valley, she found her companions instead of growing men and women, had all remained little children. They seemed glad to have her back, but soon she felt that her presence was becoming intolerable for them. Then she turned to her fellow traveler, who was the only grown man in the valley, but “she was on his knees before a dear little girl with blue eyes and a coral