In her father�s Peruvian family, Marie Arana was taught to be a proper lady, yet in her mother�s American family she learned to shoot a gun, break a horse, and snap a chicken�s neck for dinner. Arana shuttled easily between these deeply separate cultures for years. But only when she immigrated with her family to the United States did she come to understand that she was a h
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