Please join StudyMode to read the full document. This is a non-fiction book of many layers. It's about greed, prejudice, hate and anger, poverty and death. It's also about family, love, relationships, and dreams.
Rain of Gold and A Better Life Major Themes In two similarly heart wrenching tales of struggle and perseverance, the novel Rain of Gold and the film A Better Life put on display the stories of two families working hard to stay together and make their living. Themes such as family, hard work, and discrimination are common to both stories in which the ideas of love and hardship are closely examined. Through the exploration of these major ideas, two beautiful stories emerge to explain the power Initially caught up in the Mexican revolution of Socially Espirito
Rain of Gold, is a true story about the history of Mexican people, their culture, traditions and customs that were passed down from the Euro-Indian heritage of Mexico. Rain of Gold was written by Juan Villasenor in search for his ancestral roots. The people of this story are real and not fiction. The places that are discussed are true.
The book Rain Of Gold by Victor Villasenor was a powerful novel that depicted the lives of two different families and their struggles coming from one culture into another. Dona Margarita and Dona Guadalupe were the main characters of the novel who each led, taught, and helped their families grow and live their lives. Although both Dona Margarita and Dona Guadalupe came from different places and different ethnic backgrounds, they both were very proud of their heritage and both were very religious.