ANDY MULLIGAN TRASH SYNOPSIS

View a FREE sample. Inside the package the boys found a letter addressed to Gabriel Olondriz a prisoner. While there, Olondriz reveals Gardo’s lie and speaks at length about his crime. Unzipping it they find it to contain a wallet with eleven hundred pesos, a photo of a young school girl, an ID card and inside a folded map, a key. An elaborate and mysterious journey begins with a message found in the bag, which reveals the government’s extreme political corruption. And he has good things in his life – a close extended family, a best friend called Gardo – and an exciting secret. Splitting the money with Gardo, Raphael attempts to get on with his life until the police visit, looking for the wallet.

There’s Raphael himself, who’s the most engaging child – kind, naive, and utterly courageous. While there, they realize that the grave belongs to Pia Dante, Angelico’s daughter, who turns out to be alive and waiting close by. Gardo again shows great protection over Raphael while they are at the station. Later on they discover that Jose Angelico from Green Hills is the owner of the bag and on the key there is the number on both sides, mysterious. Browse all BookRags Study Guides. I just thought it was wonderful – an exciting story with engaging characters told in a clever way with spare but lyrical prose. There’s Gardo – slightly more mature than his friend and more aware of the danger they’re in, but determined to protect Raphael at all costs.

To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: You are commenting using your WordPress. And he has good things in his life – a close extended family, a best friend called Gardo – and an exciting secret. Their section of the city is known as Behala, and despite the presence of the Mission School, a charitable attempt to provide education to the children of the slum, the boys are urged into working as a means of supporting their limited families, as Raphael lives with his aunt, Gardo with his uncle, and Rat lives alone, having come from outside the city, and unknown with no family who is constantly picked at by other children.

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Most of the children in Raphael’s village drop out of school to spend their day sifting through the trash to help support their families. I just thought it was wonderful – an exciting story with engaging characters told in a clever way with spare but lyrical prose.

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Trash Summary & Study Guide

This site uses cookies. After trying to get something out of the people without success they are lead to believe that Raphael has something as his auntie told them he had found money that day.

In an unnamed third synopsus country, Raphael, Gardo, and Rat Jun-Jun are three trash boys, living in squalor and spending their days picking through hordes of garbage in the hopes of finding something salvageable. The code turns out to be a book code, the tarsh corresponding to pages and letters, and leads to a grave in the city’s cemetery.

It’s told by multiple narrators who each breathe fresh life into the tale as they take a turn. Later on they discover that Jose Angelico from Green Hills is the owner of the bag and on the key there is the number on both sides, mysterious. This study guide contains the following sections: One day, Raphael finds a leather wallet with eleven hundred pesos, two pictures of a small girl in a school dress, an ID belonging to a Jose Angelico, a folded map, and a key.

Trash by Andy Mulligan

This implies that Raphael may be a bit better off than others around him even if he is not a normal boy who has a house, food, and family, he is special and is determined to get somewhere in life.

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He’s a dumpsite boy – this means he and his family scrape a living by combing through the detritus of richer people’s lives. Raphael, a fourteen year old dumpsite boy narrates this part of the story and it entails many interesting ideas about the Behala dumpsite.

Unzipping it they find it to synpsis a wallet with eleven hundred pesos, a photo of a young school girl, an ID card and inside a folded map, a key. I really enjoyed all the help this website has given me. Browse all BookRags Study Guides. Inside the package the boys found a letter addressed to Gabriel Olondriz a prisoner.

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Andy Mulligan was kind enough to be interviewed by Bookbag. View the Lesson Plans. They stuff money into their bags and throw the rest into the wind, for anyone in Behala to retrieve. Chapter one introduces the reader to the main character, Raphael Fernandez. August 15, at 8: By synopxis to use this website, you agree to their use. Notify me of new comments via email.

You read it too. Here are chaptersPart 1 of the book. The political corruption and extreme poverty are vividly depicted by Mulligan as we follow along with the journey taken by Raphael and Gardo. More summaries and resources for teaching or studying Trash. Behala replaced Smoky Mountain, another slum that got so dangerous that landslides killed dozens of people and the authorities closed it.

These are both a little bit grittier than Trashso those who enjoy a little bit of quirkiness sparkling amidst the social comment would probably love Holes by Louis Sachar. I do need the rest of the story though. While they feed her, the boys break open the gravestone and find the six million dollars packed in.

Trash by Andy Mulligan

Trash comes highly recommended by me, and I don’t have time to say any more about it because I’m off to read it again. While there, he is beaten viciously, threatened with death if he did not reveal the whereabouts of the wallet. The plot thickens and they begin to unravel the mystery tras cover-up, which is more far-reaching than anything they have ever experienced.

Chapter Three informs the reader that the police are after the bag Raphael found. But I would just like to see the summaries for all the chapters and parts of the book Trash!! Keeping xynopsis hundred for himself, Raphael gives Gardo five hundred and they continue searching through the trash so as not to draw attention to themselves.