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Thirteen Mexican-American scholars define the Chicano Movement and draw on personal philosophies and experiences to probe the lifestyles, ambitions, ethnic identity, and social status of the Chicano
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Arnulfo D. Trejo, professor of library science at the University of Arizona, is the author of Diccionario etimológico latinoamericano del léxico de la delincuencia and Bibliografía Chicana: A Guide to Information Sources. He also edited the first Quién es Quién: A Who’s Who of Spanish Heritage Librarians in the United States. He received an M.A. in Spanish language and literature from the Universidad de las Américas, Mexico; an M.A. in Library Science from Kent State University, and a Ph.D. from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico. He was born in Durango, Mexico, in 1922, and grew up in Tucson, Arizona. He has published articles in both English and Spanish in various professional journals.Review:
"Crucial to an understanding of the cultural revolution now taking place around us."—Los Angeles Times"Their essays are uniformly well-written and informative. Most of them give an historical perspective and a state of the art appraisal of their subject. . . . The book sets out to provide an inside view of Chicanos, and it does it well."—Books of the Southwest"A good introduction to the major themes in chicano history, literature, education, politics, and the arts. . . . A valuable book for students and general readers who want an authentic and personal perspective on issues which are of increasing concern in the United States."—Arizona and the West
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Book Description U of Arizona Press, Arizona, 1979. Hardbound. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. rebound Ex-Lib with markings; 222 pages. Seller Inventory # 27542
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