Papi's Immigrant Identity In The Chapter Negocios '

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Immigrants would do as many jobs needed and any work to survive, and help out their family that they had left behind. In the chapter 'Negocios ', which is the recollections of Papi first year in New York and his struggle to send money to his family, even if that meant he had no money left. Papi worked in two jobs between nineteen to twenty hours a day, seven days a week. He was so tired that his letters were filled with misspelling when he wrote to his family. Diaz depicts the first few years of the immigrant identity within this chapter. Diaz grapes the struggle of a newly arrived immigrant to a tee, however, this scene could describe anyone that is struggling to survive in the

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