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ode to mi gato by gary soto

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Amber Schaeffer

on 22 May 2014

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Transcript of ode to mi gato by gary soto

Ode to mi gato
Biography
Poem elements
Lines-54
stanzas-1
Free verse
Simile- As white as spilled milk
whith a meow like a rusty
its warm like a hand

Mi Gato means my cat in Italian





the poem
Theme
The theme of this story was hard to find.
We think the theme could possably be,
what goes around comes around because in the poem the boy saves a cat's life. In retern the cat in nice and gentle to the boy.
made by,
CATS
ode to mi gato by gary soto

Gary Soto is a man who writes from experience. He grew up in one of the many barrios (poor Mexican American neighborhoods) of Fresno, California, and since the mid-1970s he has borrowed from that community to creat a number of Amazing poems. True, in his over twenty books of poetry and in over thirty books for younger readers, he focuses on the daily trials and tribulations of Spanish-speaking Americans. But, through crisp, clear imagery and his true-to-life characters,He connects with readers of all ages and backgrounds. As he explained in his Scholastic Booklist. "Even though I write a lot about life in the barrio, I am really writing about the feelings and experiences of most American kids." As a result, Gary is considered to be one of the most important contemporary authors in the United States.
and now

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