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Even a Two-Class Society Exposed at The Stolen Party In a perfect world we'd all live together in peace. But we don't live in this world. At Liliana Heker's story "The Stolen Party" we're reminded of the actual world and the thin line which separates the lower class from the top class. In a moment we see all of the discrimination and inhumane treatment some people today feel they have the right to inflict on those whom they consider "none of them." The story is all about Rosaura, the nine-year-old daughter of a woman who will housecleaning for a family. Rosaura often accompanies her mother to operate and does her homework by Luciana, the daughter of the home. Consequently, or so she thinks, Rosaura is Luciana's friend and was invited to her birthday party. Rosaura's mother states that she does not want her kid to visit the party, since "it is a wealthy people's celebration" (1133). She tries to explain to her daughter that the people will look at her because "the maid's girl" rather than as another individual (1134). But Rosaura is only eight and "the smartest in her course" (1134), and that she believes that Luciana is her buddy and wouldn't harm her in any manner. Rosaura chooses to not listen to her mum's advice because she believes that she understands what is ideal for her. Here we see that Rosaura's mum is hoping to create her daughter aware of the gap between Luciana's family and her own family. We can assume that her mother has had an episode like this before in her life and would like to prepare her daughter because of disappointment. Brandon Spontak states that "Rosaura's mum is not very educated... but comes with an instinct which only comes from years of experience which she uses to discover difficulties in existence" (89). As Rosaura's mo.. .