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Growing Up Chicana/O: An Anthology

Lopez, Tiffany Ana

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ISBN 10: 0688114679 / ISBN 13: 9780688114671
Published by William Morrow & Co, New York, 1993
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Book and jacket are without faults; gift quality. Well signed on the title page and adjacent free end paper page by eight contributors. Alicia Gaspar de Alba, Rudolfo Anaya, Denise Chavez, Sandra Cisneros, Mary Helena Ponce, Alberto Alvaro Rios, Gary Soto, Jose Antonio Villarreal, Helena Maria Viramontes. This is an un-read copy in BroDart protected jacket. Ships in bubble wrap in box. Bookseller Inventory # PC 85-29

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Title: Growing Up Chicana/O: An Anthology

Publisher: William Morrow & Co, New York

Publication Date: 1993

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Authors

Edition: 1st Edition

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A collection of stories by twenty Mexican Americans deal with the issues of growing up Chicano

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By turns lyrical, expansive, introspective and raw, these 20 stories of growing up Mexican-American reaffirm the potency of Chicano literature. In tales by Gary Soto, Rudolfo Anaya, Denise Chavez, Alberto Alvaro Rios and others, youthful protagonists confront ethnic sterotypes, test the bonds of family, search for identity and cope with love, death, rites of passage and divorcing parents. These stories are at once universal and rooted in a specific culture. Notable are Sandra Cisneros's account of growing up poor in Chicago ("Eleven"), Gerald Haslam's tale of an English-speaking boy's loyalty to his Spanish-speaking great-grandmother ("The Horned Toad"), Louie The Foot Gonzalez's profile of a shamanistic wise woman/herbal healer in Sacramento's barrio ("Dona Tona of Nineteenth Street") and Alicia Gaspar de Alba's recreation of the childhood of 17th-century nun and protofeminist poet, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz.
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