Hispanic American Literature An Anthology

ISBN-10: 0844257303
ISBN-13: 9780844257303
Edition: 1998
Authors: Rodolfo Cortina
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Description: A wide range of Hispanic American authors is represented in this comprehensive anthology. Thematically structured, it presents a wide variety of literature, form the chronicles of early Spanish explorers, folklore, and corridos - literature of the  More...

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Book details

List price: $48.44
Copyright year: 1998
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 448
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

A wide range of Hispanic American authors is represented in this comprehensive anthology. Thematically structured, it presents a wide variety of literature, form the chronicles of early Spanish explorers, folklore, and corridos - literature of the oral tradition - to contemporary poetry, short stories, novel excerpts, and memoirs.A Historical overview of Hispanic American literary traditions is given, explaining how Spanish came to the New World and how Hispanic American literature was formed.

Foreword
Introduction
from The Account
Canto III
from Memorial
from The Memoirs of Bernando Vega
Our America
The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez
Indigenous Profile
The Prize of Freedom
Corridos
La Llorona
familia
Progress Report for a Dead Father To My Father
Black and White Photo
Dear Tia
The Moths
from Bless Me, Ultima
The Indian Ruins
Tales Told Under the Mango Tree
My Name
The Night Before Christmas
Doubt
A Perfect Hotspot
An Awakening ... Summer 1956
from The Greatest Performance
night vigil
from Dear Rafe
A Romeo and Juliet Story in Early New Mexico
Transference
Eva and Daniel
First Love
from Nilda
Sun Images
from A Stranger in One's Land
Bitter Sugar: Why Puerto Ricans Leave Home
For the Color of My Mother
from Our House in the Last World
Thoughts on a Sunday Afternoon
Borinkins in Hawaii
Nuyorican Lament
Los Vendidos
Murrieta on the Hill
Arise, Chicano
I Am Joaquin
Filomena
Shooting Stars
A Thanksgiving Celebration (Amy)
To Be a Man
Women Are Not Roses
The Goat Incident
Seeing Snow Dedication
To Free Cuba
The Angel Juan Moncho
from Becky and Her Friends
Amigo Brothers
La Doctora Barr
San Antonio phantasmagoria: Barrios of the world Latinos
A Child to Be Born
puerto rican
My Race
Acknowledgments
Author-Title Index

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