Pancho Rabbit And The Coyote: An Analysis

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Then, Duncan talks about the book he is most influenced and considers as his best work. The book “Pancho Rabbit and the Coyote: A Migrant’s Tale,” mentions about an emotional story of the effects of undocumented immigration on families and children. This book highlights the complex issue of immigration today in United States and how families are separated across the border. The author uses every single word in the text and has a strong emotional meaning to it. In the book, the Pancho rabbit makes a tough journey across the border in search of his father. Pancho rabbit loses his father’s favorite meal to coyote during his journey to find his father. The book does a wonderful job of showing the struggles and challenges faced by Mexican immigrant
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