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75 p. 23 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage), Special Collections
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vii, 310 pages ; 22 cm
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161 p. ; 20 cm.
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178 p. ; 22 cm.
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205 p. ; 22 cm.
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172 p. ; 21 cm.
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127 p. ; 22 cm.
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23 p. : ill. ; 27 x 13 cm.
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9. Migrar [2011]

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1 sheet : ill. ; 159 x 32 cm., accordion folded to 16 x 32 cm. ([10] p.).
"En la historia que guarda este papel amate un hermano y una hermana van con su mamá, alcanzan a cruzar la frontera pero no sabemos cuál será su destino"--P. [10].
A young Mexican boy tells the story of how he was once happy living in his small village with his family, working on a farm. Due to a failing economy, first his father and then his mother, his sister, and he are forced to immigrate to Southern California. They stow away on a train, hide from the border patrol, and eventually make their way to the Los Angeles area where they attempt to reunite with the father. The little boy is sad that he has had to leave his beloved dog behind.
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99 p. ; 22 cm.
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11. A Luis Leal reader [2007]

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xv, 461 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction by Ilan Stavans-- THEORIZING AZTLAN-- 1. In Search of Aztlan-- 2. A Historical Perspective-- 3. The Problem of Identifying Chicano Literature-- 4. Into the Labyrinth-- 5. Truth-Telling Tongues-- 6. Lo real maravilloso in Nuevo Mexico-- 7. The Spanish-Language Press-- 8. El paso y la huella-- COLONIALS AND DECIMONONICOS-- 9. Bernardo de Balbuena-- 10. Gaspar Perez de Villagra-- 11. La Conquistadora-- 12. Felix Varela-- 13. Miguel Antonio Otero-- THE 20TH CENTURY AND BEYOND-- 14. Mariano Azuela-- 15. Maria Cristina Mena-- 16. Jose Ruben Romero-- 17. Pedro Henriquez Urena-- 18. Octavio Paz-- 19. Juan Rulfo-- 20. Carlos Fuentes-- 21. Jose A. Montoya-- 22. Tomas Rivera-- 23. Americo Paredes-- 24. Rolando Hinojosa-Smith-- 25. Rudolfo Anaya-- 26. Sandra Cisneros-- NORTH = SOUTH-- 27. La Malinche-- 28. Other Female Archetypes-- 29. Mexico's Centrifugal Culture-- 30. Aspects of the Novel-- 31. Magical Realism-- 32. African Influences-- 33. Tlatelolco, Tlatelolco-- 34. The Ugly American-- 35. Beyond Myths and Borders-- 36. Mirror, Mirror-- 37. Octavio Paz and the Chicano.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810124189 20160528
Since his first publication in 1942, Luis Leal has likely done more than any other writer or scholar to foster a critical appreciation of Mexican, Chicano, and Latin American literature and culture. This volume, bringing together a representative selection of Leal's writings from the past sixty years, is at once a wide-ranging introduction to the most influential scholar of Latino literature and a critical history of the field as it emerged and developed through the twentieth century. Instrumental in establishing Mexican literary studies in the United States, Leal's writings on the topic are especially instructive, ranging from essays on the significance of symbolism, culture, and history in early Chicano literature to studies of the more recent use of magical realism and of individual New Mexican, Tejano, and Mexican authors such as Juan Rulfo, Carlos Fuentes, Jose Montoya, and Mariano Azuela. Clearly and cogently written, these writings bring to bear an encyclopedic knowledge, a deep understanding of history and politics, and an unparalleled command of the aesthetics of storytelling, from folklore to theory. This collection affords readers the opportunity to consider - or reconsider - Latino literature under the deft guidance of its greatest reader.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780810124189 20160528
Green Library, Special Collections

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