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Luis J. Rodriquez’s Always Running: La Vida Loca: Gang Days in L.A. is an autobiographical coming of age story that examines the social and economic forces influencing adolescent gang members, and the difficulties that exist in that environment. Presenting himself as an example of an “exception to the rule,” Rodriquez guides the reader through a turbulent adolescence in which death or.
The book begins with a preface in which the narrator explains the reason why he chose to write the book. Always running is an autobiographical book written in 1991 by Luis Rodrigues, a former member of a dangerous gang. He eventually managed to get out of the gang but unfortunately, Luis’s own son, Ramiro, became involved in a gang in 1991.
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Luis Rodriguez is the protagonist, author, and narrator of Always Running. Beginning in the early 1990s, when he’s a husband, a father, and a successful writer and community organizer, Luis pens a book in which he reexamines his early life in Los Angeles. As a teenager, Luis becomes involves in the city’s notorious gangs. Throughout the 1970s, he is affiliated with a handful of Los Angeles.