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Yunior and Aurora have a very complex relationship with each other, which they describe as a distressful connection that keeps them bound together. Yunior, initially starts to negatively view Aurora when she starts to hang out with the Hacienda kids, especially her sexual partner Harry. The instance when Aurora goes to visit the Hacienda is the time Yunior really begins to view her differently from before. He even expresses his anger when he beats up a guy coming out from the Hacienda. After all this, Yunior begins to think twice about his feelings for her and acknowledges that their situation can never be how it used to be in the past. The only times Yunior views her positively is when they are hanging out together like old times, which was …show more content…
Yunior was deeply attached to Aurora in the beginning, but that began to change once he realizes things cannot be the way they were in his memories, and she would most likely not change. He begins to view her negatively when she hangs out at the Hacienda and with the kids from there. Valerie views Michael as a temporary relationship and that he relates with her rapist, however her view change at the end of the story when she sees his real intentions. Their views are different in the sense that Yunior loves Aurora and misses how in the past they were more closer. Aurora becomes more involved with drugs and harmful sexual behavior with drugdealers. Yunior can't stand the way what she is doing to herself but knows thatit would be very hard for her to change. After these experiences, Yunior's view of Aurora changed to amore negative side. Valerie's view for Michael was not of love in the beginning. She did have feelings for him and set him up for having exotic fantasies. She gets alarmed when he is about to play out a rape fantasy and starts viewing him in a negative sense. However , her view changes when he brings her back home and she realizes he was not wrong and she does love

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