left out, but when Senora hands her the present like Rosaura expects, she is clearly shocked to see that instead of getting the presents she gets money. An Analysis of Liliana Hekers The Stolen Party Innocence is a precious gift that we all have at some point. Her application of power over Herminia and her daughter was clear in the story when she asked Rosaura to help her serving the guests. The Stolen Party by Liliana Heker. Rosaura felt she had never been so happy in her life. As if she didnt dare draw back. The truth is that Rosaura will not be as innocent as before because of the experiences she chose to go through. She begins to comprehend what her mother had told her earlier as, She felt her arms stiffen, stick close to her body, and then she noticed her mothers hand on her shoulder. Her financial state isn't even an issue to her. As if the slightest change might shatter an indefinitely delicate balance.
(1) Despite, her mothers life experience, Rosaura exemplifies her naivety by stating that she knows more about friendship than her mother. Rosaura had achieved the confidence in that house. Although she is only nine years old, Rosaura feels confident that she knows more about rich people than her mother. To begin with, when Rosaura enters the house one of the first things she does is ask Luciana about the monkey.
In addition Rosaura is an inexperienced young girl. She had also perceived her achievements, feelings and admiration of the people around her that made her think that she is also a part of the people in the party. Despite not acknowledging her true purpose at the party, Rosaura supposes she is still a friend to Luciana. On the other hand, Rosaura's has the knowledge and earned the experience working in Senora Ines's house, with what she warned her daughter Rosaura that she is considered as a maid's daughter in that house. APA, mLA, chicago, stolen Party.