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"The two of us walked south on Fifth Street one morning to the corner of Q Street and turned right." We walked up the wide staircase hand in hand. "It was a new building, painted yellow, with a shingled roof that was not like the red tile of the school in Mazatlan.
"What Miss Hopley said to us we did not know but we saw in her eyes a warm welcome and when she took off her glasses and straightened up she smiled wholeheartedly like Mrs. Dodson."
"Miss Ryan took me to a seat at the front of the room, into which I shrank-the better to survey her."
"I conquered "butterfly" which I had been persistently pronouncing in standard spanish as boo-ter-flee."
"She only said "oh" and went on with pasture, bow-wow-wow,and pretty. It was as if in that closet we were both discovering together the secrets of english language and grieving together over the tradegies of boo-peep."
"It was easy for me to feel that becoming a proud american, as she said we should, did not mean feeling ashamed of being a mexican."
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