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  • My Name: "I would like to baptize myself under a new name, a name more like the real me, the one nobody sees. Esperanza as Lisandra or Martiza or Zeze the X. Yes. Something like Zeze the X will do." This quote is important because it shows the hate she has towards her name nad how much she would love to change it
  • Meme Ortiz: "Meme Ortiz moved into Cathy's house after her family moved away. His name isn't really Meme. His name is Juan. But when we asked him what his name was he said Meme, and that's what everybody calls him except his mother." This quote is significant because it shows he wants to fit in and have a normal name
  • Geraldo No Last Name: "His name was Geraldo. And his home is in another country. The ones he left behind are far away, will wonder, shrug, remember. Gerald--he went north... we never heard from him again." This is important because it shows that your name shows your identity
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  • No Speak English: "Mamacita is the big mama across the street, third-floor front. Rachel says he name ought to be Mamasota, but I think thats mean." Shows that your name means something and sometimes could describe you
  • And Some More: "She got three last names and, let me see, two first names. One in english and one in Spanish..." I think this is significant because it shows different diversities have different names and or multiple names
  • Louie, His Cousin & His Other Cousin: "Her name is Marin or Maris or something like that, and she wears dark nylons all the time and lots of makeup gets from selling Avon." This quote is important because it shows that she knows her name and some stuff about her without knowing her
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