Stolen Party – cause and effect

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The Stolen Party – cause and effect
In Liliana Heker's essay, " The Stolen Party", Rosaura was invited to her rich best friend Luciana's birthday party. Although Rosaura's mother worked as a maid for Luciana's family, she never thought of herself as a poor maid's daughter. Instead, she truly believed that Luciana was her best friend. When her mother warned her about her lower social status, she ignored her warning and attended the party. At the party, she enjoyed helping out with some little tasks. In the end, the innocent Rosaura was shocked when she discovered that her mother was right all along. Rich people can never treat poor people as their friends, only as their inferior.
Rosaura used to go to Luciana's house and they would both finished their homework while Rosaura's mother did the cleaning. The two girls would have their tea in the kitchen and shared secrets with each other. Rosaura saw Luciana as her best friends, and she never thought about the problem of being friends with rich people. When Rosaura's mother tried to prevent her from being hurt by pointing out the impossibility of a real relationship between poor and rich, Rosaura was deeply offended. She said, " I am going because I've been invited. And I've been invited because Luciana is my friend. So there." She thought her mother was too conservative. Eventually, her mother helped her get ready on the morning of the party, and helped her look pretty.
During the party, Luciana's mother, Senora Ines, was very friendly to Rosaura and asked her to serve the party in a very nice and indirect way. Out of all the guests, she only allowed Rosaura into the kitchen. Her excuse was, "You yes, but not the others, they're much too boisterous…. You knew the house so much better than the others". At the same time, the conversation between Rosaura and Luciana&…