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Bless Me Ultima was a well-written book filled with a boys dream and the process of a boy becoming a man It had great story lines and I really enjoyed the plot of the book Some parts of the book I really enjoyed others were too boring In this essay I will explain and evaluate what I enjoyed and what I disliked about Bless Me UltimaAntonio goes to school for the first time in his life and learns the sadness of life In this paragraph I will summarize the main factors of what I enjoyed in the novel Miss Maestas class makes Antonio feel really sad and for the first time in Antonios young life he feels La Tritesa de La Vida the sadness of life Antonio feels very sad and lonely after this scene I thought that this part in the book was the most significant Antonio feels a certain feeling that is so harsh it cannot be describable What I also enjoyed was how vast this 7-year-old boy Antonios dreams were The dream that I thought was the most noteworthy and most rousing was his first dream that he had in chapter one This dream was the start of many wonderful and interesting dreams throughout this wonderful book Bless Me Ultima Antonio had some weird and uncommon kind of friends They never missed a day of school but yet they are the worst students throughout the whole school Antonios friends were not very good friends but at least he had some guys to out with rather than felling the sadness by him self I thought that his friends were very hilarious at least I thought They used a wide variety of not so great vocabulary a wide range Bless Me Ultima was a very splendid book all this what I have just explained is how great of dreams he had and how he took certain steps in becoming a man This book was
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