Puerto Ricans: A Personal Narrative Analysis

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Your example of the spaghetti made me laugh. By the same token, I know two Puerto Ricans that like plantains, so I assumed all Puerto Ricans liked plantains. First, I am in agreement, stereotyping is a learned behavior from our parents. At the time of my childhood, religion was the typical stereotype. In the past, I attended Catholic grade school and later a Catholic college, my mother would be very upset if I asked permission to attend a different church with a playmate, to her this was the ultimate sin to step foot into a church of a different denomination. After marriage, my husband’s grandmother became gravely ill, and we went to visit her on her final day. Gramma opened her eyes, gazed at me then turned to my husband and said: “she

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