Describe the camp that Esperanza comes to live in.
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In Chapter Five, we learn that different nationalities live in separate camps, and that communications between the camps is discouraged for fear of organized opposition to their living conditions. Esperanza and her mother are shown to a meager cabin, and Esperanza complains about its size, as well as the fact that it smells like onions. The cabin, she says, is smaller than the servants quarters at el Rancho de las Rosas. Hortensia, Isabel, and Alfonse also share the space.