Outpourings of Rage. A comparison between views about immigration in “Maria” by Rage Against the Machine and Enrique’s Journey by Sonia Nazario. What do you think builds an individual’s perspective on immigration?. Author Background. Sonia Nazario. Born in Argentina
A comparison between views about immigration in “Maria” by Rage Against the Machine and Enrique’s Journey by Sonia Nazario
Zach De La Rocha
“Sold and shipped across tha new lineof Mason Dixon” (line 29)
Mason Dixon Line
North America Map, 1828
“These are her mountains and skies and she radiates. And through history’s rivers of bloodshe regenerates” (line 49)
“Maria Isabel does not say goodbye to her daughter… She never tells her that she is going to the United States” (Nazario 240)
“Belky best answers Don Francisco’s question eight days later… she boards an airplane back to Honduras. Back to her son” (Nazario 267)
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Enrique's Journey Teacher's Guide. New York: Randomhouse. Print.
Nazario, Sonia. Jasmín and Her Mother María Isabel in Tegucigalpa in 2003. 2003. Photograph. Enriquesjourney.com. 2008. Web. 22 Mar. 2010.
"North America." Map. Historical Maps of North America. London, 1828. Alabama Maps. Web. 22 Mar. 2010.
Pillar. "History Quotes." FamousQuotes.com. Interlution, 2010. Web. 22 Mar. 2010.
"Zach De La Rocha Biography." Zach De La Rocha Network, 2003. Web. 12 Mar. 2010.