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Bless Me, Ultima (Cliffs Notes) - Study Notesby Ruben O. Martinez
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This fascinating and mystical novel follows the sociopsychological maturation of a Chicano boy in New Mexico in the 1940s. A story pitting good against evil, Catholic beliefs against the "old ways," and education against the gift of intuition, it ends with acceptance and new life challenges.
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