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U. S. Latino Literature: An Essay And Annotated Bibliography

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Latino literature/reference. From visions of a reclaimed Aztlan and Borinquen, to portrayals of daily life in rural migrant camps and inner-city barrios, to the multi-faceted perspectives of Latina feminists, US Latino literature has developed and flourished as a new sphere of cultural expression. "US Latino Literature: An Essay and Annotated Bibliography" focuses on the r ...more
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Carrie Gupton
Zimmerman, M. (1992). U.s. latino literature: An essay and annotated bibliography. MARCH/ Abrazo Press Retrieved from http://tigger.uic.edu/~marczim/latlit/

Carrie Gupton

Type: Bibliography

Call Number: REF 016

Description: The book begins with an essay covering Latinos and their culture and giving a history of their literature. The remainder of the book (about two-thirds) comprises the annotated bibliography

Review: Booklist review. (1992, June 15). Retrieved from http://www.booklistonline.com/U-S-L
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Guillermo
Quite a good starting point for studying Latino writing.
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