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Diario de un mojado

Diario de un mojado

Autor: Tianguis Pérez

Número de Páginas: 296

Describes the author's experiences asn undocumented, illegal immigrant int he United States, chronicling his secret odyssey across the border, his struggle to build a new life amid the unwelcoming 'promise' of the United States, his work at an endless stream of menial jobs, and the people he meets along the way. (Biography)

En otra voz

En otra voz

Autor: Nicolás Kanellos , Brown Foundation Professor of Hispanic Literature Nicolas Kanellos , Kenya Dworkin y Méndez , Alejandra Balestra

Número de Páginas: 547

Collects works that represent different aspects of the Spanish-language literary tradition in the United States, including accounts by early explorers and writings by Hispanic Americans, immigrants, and exiles in the United States.

La conexión México-California

La conexión México-California

Autor: Abraham F. Lowenthal

Número de Páginas: 374

La frontera entre Estados Unidos y México ha sido descrita con frecuencia como una herida abierta. Pero, paulatinamente, lo que se ha llamado la “integración silenciosa” de México y Estados Unidos y el reciente Tratado de Libre Comercio la convierten en un pasillo de tránsito incesante que beneficia a ambos países. Politólogos, economistas y sociólogos mexicanos y estadunidenses estudian en este volumen todos los problemas imbricados en estas relaciones y en su futuro.

El colonialismo interno en la narrativa chicana

El colonialismo interno en la narrativa chicana

Autor: Manuel de Jesús Hernández-Gutiérrez

Número de Páginas: 262

Richly informed by contemporary sociological theory, Manuel de Jesus Hernandez El colonialismo interno en la narrativa chicana distinguishes between the assimilationist and the internal colonialism models of Mexican American society and culture. The author applies the internal colonialism model for the first time to the representation of Chicanos found in their narrative literature. Among the categories of narrative discussed are the espacio pochista, the migrante, and the indigenista. The book is a signal advance in the sociology of Chicano narrative and its application to significant Chicano works of art.

La cancion del colibri

La cancion del colibri

Autor: Graciela Limón

Número de Páginas: 161

An acclaimed novel available for the first time in Spanish about an Aztec princess turned slave and concubine who recounts her life during the Spanish conquest of Mexico to a young priest.

La casa por la ventana

La casa por la ventana

Autor: Jorge G. Castañeda

Número de Páginas: 268

"Outstanding compendium of essays on post-Cold War Mexico and Latin America by well-known Mexican academic. Argues that, for a variety of reasons, the end of the ideological Cold War does not necessarily benefit Latin America. Very informative for students of inter-American relations, Mexican politics, and US-Mexican relations from a Mexican perspective"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

Interpreting the New Milenio

Interpreting the New Milenio

Autor: José Antonio Gurpegui Palacios

Número de Páginas: 291

Interpreting the New Milenio is a collection of essays analyzing the past, present and future directions of Chicano Literature. Beginning with the presence of Spanish conquistadors in the U.S. and ending with contemporary authors such as Sandra Cisneros, Interpreting the New Milenio covers well-known Chicano authors as well as lesser known 19th-century Hispanic writers. The essays in the collection examine Chicano literature as well as its precedents as a whole, so as to find the keys for the interpretation of the challenges posed by the new millennium.

En otra voz

En otra voz

Autor: Nicolás Kanellos , Kenya Dworkin y Méndez , José B. Fernández , Erlinda Gonzales-Berry , Agnes I. Lugo-Ortiz , Charles M. Tatum

Número de Páginas: 608

En otra voz is the first Spanish-language anthology to bring together literature from the entire history of Hispanic writing in the United States, from the age of exploration to the present. The product of hundreds of scholars working with the Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage program over ten years, the anthology compiles for the first time scores of previously unknown works in the Spanish language written by Hispanics of diverse ethnic backgrounds and classes. It is the most comprehensive literary collection available in Spanish, spanning more than three centuries and including a broad range of genres. Organized chronologically into three sections which represent the three major manifestations of Hispanic culture in the United States Native, Exile, and Immigration, the anthology goes beyond the written tradition to also include oral literature: folk songs, tales, personal experience narratives, rhymes, etc. The anthology includes the political essays of revolutionaries and reactionaries, cul-tural elites and workers, academic creative writers and street poets, all reflecting the His-panic condition, past and present. Of course, such familiar names as Reinaldo...

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