do the pieces you read by Richard Rodriguez, Amy Tan, and Julia Alvarez
illustrate about the immigrant experience in twentieth-century America? How are
the children in these works different from their parents? Use specific examples
from the text in your response.
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In twentieth century in America the immigrants experienced a lot of problems as illustrated in this piece of work. The immigrants were sidelined in many issues concerning their livelihood. The lives of children in this work is different in the sense that they are not being looked down upon
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