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Bless Me Ultima by Rudolfo A Anaya is a touching story of a young boy who is learning many things rather quickly throughout his life The trials and tribulations that he faces are not similar to those of a normal childhood Overall the book is a major learning lesson and experience for not only the characters involved but for the reader as well The style and charisma with which it was written envelope the reader in a conglomeration of feelings and emotions Bless Me Ultima has many characteristics that make it such a well-written and touching story Among these traits is the truth behind the story the affirmativeness that defines the characters the impact it has on the reader the books vitality and the beauty that is shown through the style and imagery with which it is written The universality that Bless Me Ultima contains pertains to such issues as death and restlessness or boredom An example of the pain and suffering that Antonio has gone through due to witnessing so many deaths in his life is shown on W-244 He is having a nightmare after the death of his friend Florence when Ultima comforts him and talks to him about the issue at hand The strengthening of a soul the growing up of a boy is part of his destiny but you have seen too much death It is time for you to rest to see growing life The difficulty that Antonio is facing is a problem that anyone could go through no matter how old or how young they may be It reflects the general emotions and actions that any human being going through something of this sort would react A form of restlessness or boredom that many people go through in their lives is similar to that of which Antonios brothers face when they return home from the war Its hell to have seen half the world then come back to
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