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Literary El Paso

Author: Marcia Hatfield Daudistel
Publisher: Fort Worth, Tex. : TCU Press, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Collects historical essays, fiction, journalism, and poetry by 63 authors portraying the colorful history and vibrant culture of El Paso, Texas.
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Genre/Form: Literature
Literary collections
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcia Hatfield Daudistel
ISBN: 9780875653877 0875653871
OCLC Number: 315238477
Language Note: Some texts in Spanish.
Description: xxiv, 572 pages ; 27 cm
Contents: Part I. Revolution at the Pass of the North: the city emerges. Tom Lea --
Carl Hertzog --
Owen White --
Dale L. Walker --
Charles Leland Sonnichsen --
Leon Claire Metz --
Nancy Hamilton --
W.H. Timmons --
David Dorado Romo --
Cynthia Farah Haines --
Frank Mangan --
John O. West --
Bill Wright --
Robert Seltzer --
Amado Muro --
Maceo Dailey --
Bernice Love Wiggins --
Mimi Reisel Gladstein and Sylvia Deener Cohen --
Mario T. García --
Ruben Salazar --
Part II. Two countries, one river: the people. Tomás Rivera --
Abelardo "Lalo" Delgado --
Ramoń Rentería --
Ricardo Sánchez --
John Rechy --
Bryan Woolley --
Rick DeMarinis --
Dagoberto Gilb --
Arturo Islas --
Denise Chávez --
Ana Castillo --
Manuel Vélez --
Alicia Gaspar de Alba --
Abraham Verghese --
Lee Merrill Byrd --
Estella Portillo Trambley --
Sergio Troncoso --
Tanya Maria Barrientos --
Christine Granados --
Octavio Solis --
Daniel Chacón --
Pat LittleDog --
Lex Williford --
Richard Yañez --
Sheryl Luna --
Pat Carr --
Lucy Fischer-West --
Gloria López-Stafford --
Selfa Chew --
Part III. This favored place. José Antonio Burciaga --
Benjamin Alire Sáenz --
Tom Lea --
Elroy Bode --
Pat Mora --
Ray Gonzalez --
Bobby Byrd --
Leslie Ullman --
Marian Haddad --
Beatriz Terrazas --
Howard McCord --
Carolina Monsivaís --
Duane Carr --
Robert Burlingame.
Responsibility: edited by Marcia Hatfield Daudistel.

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El Paso is the largest metropolitan area along the US-Mexico border and is geographically isolated from the rest of Texas. This title focuses on the often overlooked extraordinary literary heritage  Read more...

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..".ultimately Literary El Paso provides what anyone looks for in such an extensive and varied collection: a monton of fun.--La Bloga "In Literary El Paso, the newest anthology in the Literary Cities Read more...

 
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