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The Stolen Party In The Stolen Party by Liliana Heker she implies that Rosaura had the party stolen from her This was obvious because even though she was invited as a guest to the party she was really there for help This was shown when Senora Ines gave Rosaura money instead of toys at the end of the party Doing this could have possibly hurt Rosauras strive for success in the future The story begins with Rosaura mother speaking to her in a very profane way She was saying various things thinking she would change her daughters mind about going to the birthday party But to not account Rosaura was adamant about attending this party Rosaura mother tried to tell her that this party was not a place for her but she insists on going because Luciana is her friend Her mother realizes that Rosaura does not understand and tells her that you are the maids daughter 1133 nothing else Rosauras mother tried to get her daughter to realize that you do not live the same lifestyle as Luciana but Rosaura was blind to that fact When Rosaura mother told her that it angered her and she went to her room When Rosaura woke up the next morning her mother had her best dress laid out starched and Rosaura knew then that her mother was going to let her go to the party Rosaura went to the extreme to get ready for this party and when the time came she knew it was going to be happiest day she ever experienced When she finally arrives at the party Senora Ines tells Rosaura how nice she looks and that was the start of a party Rosaura will never forget During the birthday party Senora Ines lead Rosaura on by letting her participate in the games and activities while all along Senora Ines knew she wanted her there for help Senora Ines gave special duties to
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