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Bless Me Ultima Essay In the book Bless Me Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya the main characters two families are the exact opposite of each other They are from different areas they both have different ideas for how he should live his life and they act a lot different The Marez and Luna families are from two different areas of New Mexico The Marez family is from the wild llano plains and they are cowboys who live their lives on split second decisions they make Tony has Marez blood in him which makes him do things that are irrational at times But other times these actions which he does can save his life On the other hand the Lunas are from Puerto de Luna a farming community and came from a priest The Luna blood in him makes him think very religiously and he does not know exactly what to believe about religion but he does know that at communion everything will be straightened out Tonys families live in completely different places from one another The two families also have different views on how Tony should live his life The Marez family wants him to join their wild cowboy family on the llano and be wild Tony thinks that this could be intresting but his older brothers did this too Tony thinks those men are great but he also thinks that they are too selfish to help other people do what they want to do as well In the other family the Lunas want Tony to become a Priest They want him to lead people in the faith that they all have in there hearts they want the Luna priest to live again Tony thinks this is the right thing to do so he can honor his mother which he badly wants to do And his mother has had him grow up very religious thus far in his life Tonys familys dreams for him are
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