Author Villaseñor has based his complex, sprawling tale on the experiences of his own family members and his interviews with them. They are a suspicious group and accuse Lupe's brother Victoriano of stealing gold from the mine and they try to hang him as an example to others. Doña slips Victoriano a pistol. Eventually, Juan begins to commit himself to gambling and more serious illegal endeavors, which ultimately leads to his incarceration in Arizona. The importance of religion and spiritualism is what held these families together through all they had to endure. In the movie there is a love story aswell as the book the love between the two main characters.
The lesson being that with love and a strong family bond they can overcome any obstacles. In both wars the fight is for justice and a hope for a better nation. Lupe Gomez Dona Guadalupe Gomez Don Victor Gomez Victoriano Gomez Carlota Gomez Sophia Gomez Maria Gomez Juan Salvador Villasenor Castro Dona Margarita Silveria Domingo Silveria Luisa Emilia Epitacio Don Benito Colonel Manuel Maytorena Socorro Don Manuel Rose-Mary La Liebre Don Tiburcio Senor Jones Duel Deputy Sheriff Archie Freeman Mario Mark Jose and Pedro This section contains 54 words approx. However, Don Carlos laughs at the idea, because the store is in a settlement next to a river. Rain of Gold was written by Juan Villasenor in search for his ancestral roots. But these themes that are common for many authors to write of have actually deemed Hugo quite unique, so much so that critics… 2231 Words 9 Pages In 1818 Frankenstein was written by Mary Shelley. And Dona Guadalupe had to tell her that her first loyalty should be to her family and it didn't revolve around the man you love.
One of the turning points in the family fortunes seems to have come from Juan Salvador, who I assume must have been Villaseñor's grandfather. 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. Rain of Gold A main character named Lupe is living where the mine La Lluvia de Oro is located her and her family are not wealthy and live off feeding miners. Compare this with how Thomas presents his negative emotions in other poems. In this movie the United States are fighting for their independance againts the Britain. Shortly after the violence the towns people start to leave the city en masse to escape the violence of the Mexican revolution.
Hugo is most well known for the writing of the famous Broadway show and book Les Misérables as well as what became the Disney Hit Hunchback of Notre Dame. Pancho Villa was feared by the Carranzistas and the Soilders. There is a group of colorful miners and most of them have problems with drinking and gambling. Los mejicanos never wasted anything. Lupe Lupe Gomez, the author's mother, is the central character in Rain of Gold, which is the name of the mine in the village where Lupe and her family live. Doña takes her family, and with other villagers, they flee the town and the violence of the Mexican Revolution and head to the United States.
Some time after, a particularly harsh winter forced Espirito to go in search for food and supplies for his tribe. The revolutionaries burn homes and rape the women, forcing Lupe's mother to migrate to the United States. Just in like both the movie and the book show and tell. Her surroundings are beautiful forests and natural beauty. I did not only make a connection to the movie but I also thought about all the wars that have happened in through out history and in each one of them there is one thing is common. Francisco Villa came to be known by Mexico and the United States as one a dangerous man and one of the most wanted by both governments.
But at least the border was easier to cross and recross in those days. Lupe's family and acquaintances wonder where his money comes from. For much of the beginning of the first chapter of the story she compares the things she enjoys in life to the Colonel, unaware of the fact that he is married to another woman and is nearly two decades older than she is. Shortly after the violence the towns people start to leave the city en masse to escape the violence of the Mexican revolution. 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. Espirito is pleasantly surprised that Don Carlos suddenly wants to trade food and supplies for all his stones golden nuggets.
However, her timid and shy nature deters her from pursuing any of those relationships. In both the movie and the book there is more than one group in the war. Villasenor references three generations and their migrations between Mexico and the United States. In the Mexican revoltion there was no one at peace; not the wealthy, nor the poor, nor the middle class, nor the innocent Soldiers The soldiers fought againts the massive numbers of the Villistas and had more weapons to fight with than the villistas The soldiers only faced and angry set of people when they tried to abuse of the power they had and at most times that was why people lost trust in the government and allied with Villa instead. And Lupe and her mother cried and cried, heart-to-heart, two women sitting under the star-filled heavens.
When they were moving to California, the family ran low on food and were on the verge of death. During the time she takes decide what do, she runs into Salvador Villaseñor and realizes she has found her true love. A big reception is held at Lupe's family's home, and the novel closes with Lupe and Juan confessing their devotion to each other. This group where reffered to as the Villistas or the people of Villa. Juan escapes prison and heads to Montana, but is soon captured and sent back to prison. Fortunately, especially for the author or he wouldn't have been born, Juan overcomes his troubles, and he and Lupe finally marry. He eventually finds a store in a settlement near El Rio Urique.