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The Norton anthology of Latino literature

저자: Ilan Stavans; Edna Acosta-Belén; et al
출판사: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., ©2011.
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Overview: A dazzling and definitive compendium of the Latino literary tradition. This groundbreaking Norton Anthology includes the work of 201 Latino writers from Chicano, Cuban-, Puerto Rican-, and Dominican-American traditions, as well as writing from other Spanish-speaking countries. Under the general editorship of award-winning cultural critic Ilan Stavans, The Norton Anthology of Latino Literature traces  더 읽기…
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모든 저자 / 참여자: Ilan Stavans; Edna Acosta-Belén; et al
ISBN: 9780393080070 0393080072 9780393975321 0393975320
OCLC 번호: 607322888
언어 메모: Some text in parallel English and Spanish.
메모: Maps on endpapers.
Includes the work of 201 Latino writers from the Chicano, Puerto Rican, Cuban American, and Dominican American tratitions, as well as from the traditions of other Spanish-speaking countries. It traces five centuries of writing, from letters to the Spanish crown by sixteenth-century conquistadors to the cutting-edge expressions of twenty-first-century cartoonistas and artists of reggaetaon.
설명: lxxi, 2489, A177 p. : ill., col. maps ; 25 cm.
내용: Alternate table of contents --
Preface --
Acknowledgments --
Introduction: Search for wholeness --
Colonization: 1537-1810: --
Fray Bartolome de Las Casas (1484-1566): --
Devastation of the Indies: a brief account: --
Hispaniola --
That part of the mainland called Florida --
Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca (ca 1490-ca 1560): --
Chronicle of the Narvaez expedition: --
When the fleet left Spain and the men who went with it --
How the governor came to Xagua and brought a pilot with him --
How we arrived in Florida --
How we went to the interior --
How the Indians separated us --
How we fled --
How we cured several sick people --
How the following day they brought other sick people --
How ready the Indians are with weapons --
On nations and languages --
Fray Marcos de Niza (ca 1495-1558): --
Narrative of Fray Marcos de Niza --
Hernando de Soto (ca 1496-1542): --
Letter of Hernando de Soto at Tampa Bay to the justice and board of magistrates in Santiago de Cuba --
Pedro Castaneda de Najera (ca 1512-death unknown): --
Narrative of the expedition of Coronado --
Of how the army started from Culiacan and the arrival of the general at Cibola, and of the army at Senora and of other things that happened --
Of why Tiguex revolted, and how they were punished, without being to blame for it --
Juan de Castellanos (1522-1607): --
Revolt of the Borinquenos --
El Inca Garcilaso de La Vega (ca 1539-1616): --
Florida of the Inca --
Book 2, Part 1: --
How they seized vitachuco: Outbreak of the battle which occurred between the Spaniards and the Indians --
Gradual surrender of the conquered Indians, and the constancy of seven of them --
Book 3: --
Mistress of Cofachiqui comes to talk with the governor, offering him both provisions and passage for his army --
Sebastian Vizcaino (1548-1624): --
Diary of Sebastian Vizcaino: --
Departure from the Bay of the Eleven Thousand Virgins and arrival at the Port of San Diego --
Departure from the Port of San Diego and arrival at the Island of Santa Catalina --
Juan de Onate (1550-1626): --
Letter written by Don Juan de Onate from New Mexico to the viceroy, the Count of Monterey. On March 2, 1599 --
Account of the discovery of the Buffalo (written by Juan Gutierrez Bocanegra, Onate's secretary) --
Gaspar Perez de Villagra (ca 1555-1620): --
History of New Mexico: --
Canto 1, 2, 14 --
Fray Eusebio Francisco Kino (1645-1711): --
Memoir of Pimeria Alta: --
Book 1: First entry into Pimeria, and the beginnings of its spiritual and temporal conquest, and of its conversion to our holy Catholic faith --
Because of the suspension of the conquest and conversion of California, two alms are asked for and obtained from the royal treasury for two missionary fathers for this coast and mainland nearest to California --
Royal provision and Royal Cedula which favor the new conversions --
My arrival at these missions of Sonora, and my first entry into the Pimeria with the Father Visitor, Manuel Gonzales --
Expedition to San Ygnacio de Caborica, San Joseph de Los Himiris, and Nuestra Senora de Los Remedios --
First opposition experienced in this new conversion --
Second opposition and discord sown in Pimeria --
Book 2: Visit and triennium of the Father Visitor Juan Maria Salvatierra, 1690, 1691, 1692 --
Second and third expeditions to the Sea of California --
Expedition or mission to the north and northwest for more than one hundred leagues, as far as to the Rio Grande and the casa Grande, and the discovery of the two new nations, the Opa and the Cocomaricopa --
Book 3: Arrival of the venerable Father Franciso Xavier Saeta at these new conversions; his apostolic fervor, work, zeal, and holy letters; his glorious, innocent death; and various letters prophetic of the great fruit of these conversions --
Last letter of most tender farewell from the venerable father --
Concerning three other murders committed in San Pedro del Tubutama --
Happy and glorious death of the venerable Father Francisco Xavier Saeta and of his four servants, and the plundering of his house --
Expedition of the Garrison of this province of Sonora to punish the delinquents and to remove the body of the venerable father --
Second and new expedition of the Garrison and new and greater disturbance than before --
Fray Junipero Serra (1713-1784): --
Letter to Fray Juan Andres --
Letter to Francisco Carlos de Croix --
Fray Juan Crespi (1721-1782): --
Letter to Fray Francisco Palou --
Juan Bautista de Anza (1736-1788): --
Diary of Governor de Anza's expedition against the Comanche nation, August 15 - September 10, 1779 --
Annexations: 1811-1898: --
Felix Varela (1787-1853): --
Letters to Elpidio: --
Final observations on the humor of irreligious masks --
Civil religion in the United States --
On the Quakers --
Eulalia Perez (ca 1780-death unknown): --
Old woman remembers --
Antonio Maria Osio y Higuera (1800-1878): --
History of Alta California --
Chapter 8 --
Gaspar Betancourt Cisneros (1803-1866): --
Letters from Lugareno --
Jose Maria Heredia (1803-1839): --
Ode to Niagara --
Frontier Memoirs: --
Juan Nepomuceno Seguin (1806-1890): --
Personal memoirs of John N Seguin, 1834-42 --
Jose Policarpo Rodriguez (1829-1914): --
Old guide --
Boyhood days --
Surveying --
Andrew Garcia (1855?-1943): --
Tough trip through paradise 1878-1879: --
Murder of John Hays --
Southwestern Newspaper Poetry: --
Juan B Hijar y Jaro (dates unknown): --
Heaven hands us our fate --
J M Vigil (dates unknown): --
Love and friendship --
Jose Romulo Ribera (birth unknown-1917): --
Homeland and home --
Luis A Torres (dates unknown): --
Philosophical truths --
Luis Tafoya aka XXX (1851-1922): --
Same as usual --
To New Mexico --
Ramon Emeterio Betances (1827-1898): --
Arriba, Puerto Ricans! --
You shall be free --
Remembrances of a revolutionary: --
Against Spanish Despotism --
Tenth of October --
Realized dream --
Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton (1832-1895): --
Squatter and the Don: --
Squatter Darrell reviews the past --
Don's view of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo --
Eugenio Maria de Hostos (1839-1903): --
League of Puerto Rican Patriots --
Fragment from diary --
Lola Rodriguez de Tio (1843-1924): --
Song of Borinquen --
Cuba --
Cuba and Puerto Rico --
Sotero Figueroa (1851-1923): --
Speech confirming the proclamation of the Cuban Revolutionary Party --
Cubans and Puerto Ricans --
Jose Marti (1853-1895): --
Coney Island --
Love in the city --
Charleston earthquake --
Two homelands --
Our America --
Manuel M Salazar (1854-1911): --
Story of a wayfarer, or gervacio and aurora --
Chapter 19 --
Luis Munoz Rivera (1859-1916): --
Northward ho! --
Speech given to the House of Representatives --
Miguel Antonio Otero Jr (1859-1944): --
My nine years as governor of the territory of New Mexico, 1897-1906 --
Folsom train robberies --
Francisco Gonzalo "Pachin" Marin (1863-1897): --
New York from within: One aspect of its Bohemian life the rag --
Fabio Fiallo (1866-1942): --
Plenilunio --
Golgotha Rose --
Profane rhyme --
Jose Escobar (dates unknown): --
Literary progress in New Mexico --
Jesse Perez (1870-1927): --
Memoirs --
Julio G Arce aka Jorge Ulica (1870-1926): --
Spanish plague --
Chacon Family: --
Eusebio Chacon (1869-1948): --
Calm after the storm --
Felipe Maximiliano Chacon (1873-1949): --
Senora Adelina Otero-Warren --
Don Julio Berlanga --
Isidoro Armijo (1871-1949): --
Sixty minutes in hell --
Acculturation: 1899-1945: --
Arthur A Schomburg (1874-1938): --
Negro digs up his past --
Juan Latino --
Leonor Villegas de Magnon (1876-1955): --
Rebel --
Rebel is a girl --
Cleofas M Jaramillo (1878-1956): --
Romance of a little village girl --
Pleasant outings --
Territory becomes a state --
Daniel Venegas (ca 1880-ca 1935): --
Adventures of Don Chipote: or, a sucker's tale --
Chapters 1-3 --
Adelina "Nina" Otero-Warren (1881-1965): --
Old Spain in our Southwest --
Old Spanish Hacienda --
William Carlos Williams (1883-1963): --
Libertad! Igualdad! Fraternidad! --
Apology --
Sub Terra --
In The American grain --
Fountain of eternal youth --
Autobiography: --
Pop and mother --
Bernardo Vega (1885-1965): --
Puerto Rican migration to the United States --
Memoirs of Bernardo Vega --
From my hometown Cayey to San Juan, and how I arrived in New York without a watch --
Trials and tribulations of an emigrant in the Iron Tower of Babel on the eve of the World War 1--
Proletarians extend a hand, but hunger pinches and there is no remedy but to work in a weapons factory --
Vicente J Bernal (1888-1915): --
Elvira by the stream --
To --
Pedro Albizu Campos (1891-1965): --
Observations on the Brookings Institution Report --
Maria Cristina Mena (1893-1965): --
Emotions of Maria Concepcion --
Birth of the god of war --
Fabiola Cabeza de Baca Gilbert (ca 1894-1991): --
We fed them cactus --
El Cuate --
Rodeo --
Fiesta at San Hilario --
Luis Munoz Marin (1898-1980): --
Sad case of Porto Rico --
Speech --
Jesus Colon (1901-1974): --
Puerto Rican in New York and other sketches --
Mother, the young daughter myself, and all of us --
Grandma, please don't come! --
Way it was and other writings: --
Two United States --
Jewish people and us --
My wife doesn't work --
Felipe Alfau (1902-1999): --
Locos: a comedy of gestures: --
Identity --
Jose Davila Semprit (1902-1958): --
United States --
One of many --
Eugenio Florit (1903-1999): --
In the big city --
Lonely poets of Manhattan --
Portrait of a man alone --
Out of the snow --
Jovita Gonzalez de Mireles (1904-1983): --
Bullet-swallower --
Ernesto Galarza (1905-1984): --
Barrio boy --
Part One: In a mountain village --
Part Five: On the edge of the barrio --
Luis Leal (1907-2010): --
In search of Aztlan --
Fray Angelico Chavez (1910-1996): --
New Mexico triptych --
Hunchback Madonna --
Josefina Niggli (1910-1983): --
Mexican Village: --
Quarry --
Upheaval: 1946-1979: --
Julia de Burgos (1914-1953): --
To Julia de Burgos --
Ay, ay, ay of the kinky-haired negress --
Pentachrome --
Rio Grande de Loiza --
Song to the Hispanic people of America and the world --
Canto to the free federation --
Farewell in Welfare Island --
Americo Paredes (1915-1999): --
With his pistol in his hand: --
Country --
Guillermo Cotto-Thorner (1916-1983): --
Tropic in Manhattan: --
Two arrivals --
Rene Marques (1919-1979): --
Oxcart --
Act 3 --
Docile Puerto Rican: literature and psychological reality --
Function of the Puerto Rican writer today --
Sabine R Ulibarri (1919-2003): --
My Grandma smoked cigars --
El Apache --
Jose Yglesias (1919-1995): --
Home again: --
Chapter 1 --
Jose Antonio Villarreal (b 1924): --
Pocho: --
Part 1 --
Mario Suarez (1925-1998): --
El Hoyo --
Senor Garza --
Jose Luis Gonzalez (1926-1994): --
Night we became people again --
Bernardo Vega: a fighter and his people --
Cesar Chavez (1927-1993): --
We shall overcome --
Jesus's friendship --
Organizer's tale --
Rufino Contreras --
What is democracy? --
Nash Candelaria (b 1928): --
Memories of the Alhambra --
Chapters 1-2 --
Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales (1928-2005): --
I am Joaquin --
Pedro Juan Soto (1928-2002): --
Spiks: --
Innocents --
Champ --
Scribbles --
Bayaminina --
Piri Thomas (b 1928): --
Down these mean streets: --
Alien turf --
Konk --
Richard Vazquez (1928-1994): --
Chicano --
Chapter 1 --
Rolando Hinojosa (b 1929): --
Becky and her friends --
Maria Irene Fornes (b 1930): --
Fefu and her friends --
Rosario Morales and Aurora Levins Morales (b 1930 and b 1954): --
Getting home alive: --
I am what I am (RM) --
Child of the Americas (ALM) --
Puertoricanness (ALM) --
Ending poem (RM and ALM) --
Jaime Carrero (b 1931): --
Neo Rican Lesson --
Abelardo Lalo Delgado (1931-2004): --
Chicano movement: some not too objective observations --
Heberto Padilla (1932-2000): --
Gift --
Remembrance of Wallace Stevens in Florida --
Man on the edge --
Princeton cemetery --
Song of the Prodigal Son --
Jack Agueros (b 1934): --
Halfway to Dick and Jane: a Puerto Rican pilgrimage --
Sonnet for 1950 --
Sonnet: History of Puerto Rico --
John Rechy (b 1934): --
City of night: --
City of night --
Mr King: between two lions --
Oscar "Zeta" Acosta (1935-1974): --
Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo --
Chapter 6 --
Nicholasa Mohr (b 1935): --
Nilda: --
May, 1945 --
Wrong lunch line: early spring 1946 --
Aunt Rosana's Rocker (Zoraida) --
Journey toward a common ground: the struggle and identity of Hispanics in the USA --
Tomas Rivera (1935-1984): --
This migrant earth --
Luis Rafael Sanchez (b 1936): --
Airbus --
New Yorkian quartet --
Estela Portillo Trambley (1936-1999): --
Paris gown --
Rudolfo A Anaya (b 1937): --
Apple orchard --
Bless me, Ultima --
Chapter Uno --
Chapter Dos --
Bendiceme, America --
Lourdes Casal (1938-1981): --
Hudson in winter --
For Ana Veldford --
Conversation in a train station with an old man who speaks Spanish --
Rosario Ferre (b 1938): --
House on the lagoon: --
Thanksgiving Day, 1936 --
Writing in between --
Arturo Islas (1938-1991): --
Rain god --
Judgement day --
Mary Helen Ponce (b 1938): --
Hoyt Street --
13011 Hoyt Street --
Jose Antonio Burciaga (1940-1996): --
Spilling the beans: --
Spilling the beans --
Honorable Senator Ralph W Yarborough --
What's in a Spanish name? --
Bilingual cognates --
Jose Kozer (b 1940): --
Diaspora --
Nimia --
First & last --
Final journey --
Luis Valdez (b 1940): --
Zoot suit --
Victor Villasenor (b 1940): --
Greatest Christmas gift --
Ricardo Sanchez (1941-1995): --
Indict Amerika --
Stream --
Teresa, last night --
Fridays belong to friends, sometimes --
Would that I could --
Nuyorican Poets: --
Miguel Algarin (b 1941): --
Mongo affair --
Nuyorican literature --
Nuyorican angel of despair --
Forget --
Hiram Morales --
Pedro Pietri (1944-2004): --
Puerto Rican obituary --
Broken English dream --
Jose Angel Figueroa (b 1946): --
Boricua --
Cowboynomics --
Miguel Pinero (1946-1988): --
Short eyes --
Act 1 --
Lower East side poem --
This is not the place where I was born --
Sandra Maria Esteves (b 1948): --
Here --
Puerto Rican discovery number 3: not neither --
Tato Laviera (b 1950): --
My graduation speech --
Asimilao --
AmeRican --
Lady liberty --
Jesus "Papoleto" Melendez (b 1951): --
Of a butterfly in el barrio or a stranger in paradise --
San Antonio Women Poets: --
Angela de Hoyos (1940-2009): --
La Malinche to Cortes and vice versa --
La Vie: I never said it was simple --
Evangelina Vigil-Pinon (b 1949): --
Apprenticeship --
Crimson the color --
Corazon en la palma --
Carmen Tafolla (b 1951): --
Compliments --
Marked --
Letter to Ti --
Split a human: Mitos, machos y la Mujer Chicana --
Chapter 3: Myths, machos and the movies: will the real Chicana please stand up? --
Puerto Rican Young Lords: --
Iris Morales (b 1948): --
Palante, Siempre Palante!: the young lords --
Pablo Guzman (b 1951): --
La Vida Pura: a lord of the Barrio --
Into The Mainstream: 1980-Present: --
Tino Villanueva (b 1941): --
Cycle bound --
Scene from the movie Giant --
My certain burn toward Pale Ashes --
Catharsis --
Voice over time --
At the Holocaust Museum: Washington, DC --
Isabel Allende (b 1942): --
Paula: --
Part 1: December 1991 to May 1992 --
Gloria Anzaldua (1942-2004): --
Borderlands/La Frontera: the new Mestiza: --
Homeland, Aztlan: El onto Mexico --
Movimientos de rebeldia y las culturas que traicionan --
Ariel Dorfman (b 1942): --
Heading South, looking North: --
Chapter dealing with the discovery of life and language at an early age --
Reinaldo Arenas (1943-1990): --
Mona --
Before night falls: --
Mariel --
Dolores Prida (b 1943): --
Coser y cantar: a one-act bilingual fantasy for two women --
Edward Rivera (1944-2001): --
Family installments: --
In black turf --
Richard Rodriguez (b 1944): --
Hunger of memory: the education of Richard Rodriguez: --
Part 1: Aria --
Days of obligation: an argument with my Mexican father --
Chapter 2: Late Victorians --
Brown: the last discovery of America: --
Preface --
Alma Luz Villanueva (b 1944): --
Bitch bitch bitch bitch --
Delicious death --
Warrior in the sand --
Even the eagles must gather --
Lucha Corpi (b 1945): --
Winter song --
Day's work --
Undocumented anguish --
Sonata in two voices --
Octavio Armand (b 1946): --
Braille for left hand --
Poem with dusk --
Poetry as Eruv --
Rene Aloma (1947-1986): --
Little something to ease the pain --
Alberto Baltazar Heredia Urista aka Alurista (b 1947): --
Bone --
Labyrinth of scarred hearts --
Sometime war --
As our barrio turns-who the yoke b on? --
Juan --
Luz Maria Umpierre-Herrera (b 1947): --
Immanence --
No hatchet job --
Denise Chavez (b 1948): --
Face of an angel: --
Long story --
Sleepwalker --
Are you wearing a bra? --
Juan Felipe Herrera (b 1948): --
Exiles --
Literary Asylums --
Quentino --
Pablo Medina (b 1948): --
Exiled memories: a Cuban childhood --
Arrival: 1960 --
Calle de la amargura --
Nothing Nietzsche --
Return of Felix Nogara --
Dictionary of Guatemalan bird calls --
Esmeralda Santiago (b 1948): --
When I was Puerto Rican --
American invasion of Macun --
Island of lost causes --
Sherezada "Chiqui" Vicioso (b 1948): --
Perspectives --
Haiti --
Victor Hernandez Cruz (b 1949): --
Latest Latin dance craze --
Lunequisticos --
Poema Chicano --
Cantinflas --
Is it certain or is it not certain: Caso Maravilla --
Jaime Manrique (b 1949): --
Latin moon in Manhattan: --
Little Colombia, Jackson Heights --
Julia Alvarez (b 1950): --
How the Garcia girls lost their accents: --
Daughter of invention --
Entre Lucas y Juan Mejia --
Bilingual sestina --
Yo!: --
Sisters --
Dagoberto Gilb (b 1950): --
Look on the bright side --
Down in the West Texas town --
Carlos M N Eire (b 1951): --
Waiting for snow in Havana --
Chapter 1, 2, 14 --
Roberto G Fernandez (b 1951): --
Raining backwards: --
Retrieving Varadero --
Holy radishes!: --
Last supper --
Franklin Gutierrez (b 1951): --
Helen --
Oscar Hijuelos (b 1951): --
Mambo kings play songs of love --
Chapter 1 --
Mr Ives' Christmas: --
On Madison and Forty-First Street --
Jimmy Santiago Baca (b 1952): --
From violence to peace --
Place to stand --
Chapter 1-2 --
Sixteen --
ChicaIndio --
Pat Mora (b 1952): --
Child, a child --
La dulceria --
Coatlicue's rules: advice from an Aztec Goddess --
Malinche's tips: Pique from Mexico's mother --
Consejos de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe: Counsel from the Brown Virgin --
Cherrie Moraga (b 1952): --
Giving up the ghost: Teatro in two acts --
Judith Ortiz Cofer (b 1952): --
Story of my body --
Latin Deli: an Ars Poetica --
Chameleon --
Hostages to fortune --
To a daughter I cannot console --
Anniversary --
Gift of a Cuento --
May he be bilingual --
Alberto Alvaro Rios (b 1952): --
Morning --
Man who became old --
Mayates --
Iguana killer --
Gary Soto (b 1952): --
Level at which the sky begins --
How an Uncle became Gray --
At the Cantina --
Catalina Trevino is really from Heaven --
What are you speaking? --
Charity of La Senora Lara --
Nickel and dime: --
We ain't asking much --
Giannina Braschi (b 1953): --
Yo-yo boing! --
Pelos en la lengua --
Ana Castillo (b 1953): --
Mixquiahuala letters --
Letter 7, 15, 21 --
Guardians --
Regina --
Eduardo Machado (b 1953): --
Broken eggs: --
Act 1 --
Kathleen Alcala (b 1954): --
Mrs Vargas and the dead naturalist: --
Flora's complaint --
Amalia --
Lorna Dee Cervantes (b 1954): --
Refugee ship --
Beneath the shadow of the freeway --
Francisco Goldman (b 1954): --
Ordinary seaman --
Chapter 3 --
Elias Miguel Munoz (b 1954): --
From the land of Machos: Journey to Oz with my father --
Michael Nava (b 1954): --
How town --
Chapter 1 --
Ricardo Pau-Llosa (b 1954): --
Dos Rios --
Frutas --
Dulce --
Charada China --
Return to Havana --
Luis J Rodriguez (b 1954): --
Always running: La vida loca --
Chapter 1 --
Helena Maria Viramontes (b 1954): --
Under the feet of Jesus --
Chapter 2 --
Writers Of Latinidad: --
Silvia Curbelo (b 1955): --
Summer storm --
If you need a reason --
Cecilia Rodriguez Milanes (b 1961): --
Muchacha (after Jamaica) --
Adrian Castro (b 1967): --
In the tradition of returning --
Richard Blanco (b 1968): --
Palmita Mia --
Havanasis --
Mother picking produce --
Sandra M Castillo (b 1968): --
Looking South --
Guillermo Gomez-Pena (b 1955): --
Documented/undocumented --
Carlos Morton (b 1955): --
Many deaths of Danny Rosales --
Jose Rivera (b 1955): --
House of Ramon Iglesia --
Luis Alberto Urrea (b 1955): --
Lake of sleeping children --
Devil's highway: a true story --
Rules of the game --
Roberto Valero (1955-1994): --
Roberto --
Phone call --
Exile --
Islands are evil and nobody knows it --
Ruth Behar (b 1956): --
Juban America --
Hebrew Cemetery of Guabanacoa --
Susana Chavez-Silverman (b 1956): --
Killer Cronica --
Dionisio Martinez (b 1956): --
History as a second language --
In a duplex near the San Andreas fault --
Je te veux --
Cultivation of orchids --
Achy Orejas (b 1956): --
Wrecks --
Martin Espada (b 1957): --
Revolutionary Spanish lesson --
Niggerlips --
Imagine the angels of bread --
My name is Espada --
Alabanza: in praise of local 100 --
Republic of poetry --
Rolando Perez (b 1957): --
New York movie --
Hotel room --
Summer evening --
First experience --
Canto 10 --
Carolina Hospital (b 1957): --
How the Cubans stole Miami --
Cristina Garcia (b 1958): --
Dreaming in Cuban --
Ocean blue --
Meaning of shells --
Aguero sisters --
Dulce Fuerte --
Alicia Gaspar de Alba (b 1958): --
Sor Juana's second dream: --
Bishop's pawn --
Nilo Cruz (b 1959): --
Anna in the tropics --
Demetria Martinez (b 1960): --
Fragmentos/Fragments --
Devil's workshop --
Ars Poetica --
Abraham Rodriguez (b 1961): --
Boy without a flag --
Ruben Martinez (b 1962): --
Other side: notes from the new L A, Mexico City and beyond --
Death in the family --
Manifesto --
Crossing over: a Mexican family on the Migrant Trail --
Prologue: Passion --
Virgil Suarez (b 1962): --
Tea leaves, caraoles, coffee beans --
Ricochet --
Floridiana --
Trouble with some words in English --
Cucuyo Ghazal Razzmatazz --
Orthography --
What we choose of exile --
Rafael Campo (b 1963): --
Elise --
Miss Key West, 1990 --
Poet's education --
I am Mrs Lorca --
Changing face of AIDS --
Junot Diaz (b 1968): --
Ysrael --
Brief wondrous life of Oscar Wao --
GhettoNerd at the end of the world: 1974-1987 --
Ana Menendez (b 1970): --
In Cuba I was a German shepherd --
Willie Perdomo (b 1971): --
Nigger-Reecan blues --
Brother Lo --
New Boogaloo --
Manuel Munoz (b 1975): --
Zigzagger --
Daniel Alarcon (b 1977): --
War by candlelight --
Maria Teresa "Mariposa" Fernandez (b 1977): --
Boricua butterfly --
Ode to the diasporican --
Poem for my grifa-rican sistah or broken ends broken promises --
Popular Dimensions: --
Dichos --
Chistes --
Cartoonistas: --
Gus Arriola (1917-2008): --
Gordo --
Hernandez brothers: Mario (b 1953), Gilberto (b 1957), and Jaime (b 1959): --
Mojado power! --
Lalo Lopez Alcaraz (b 1964): --
Hi-Spanic hysteria month --
Estar Wars: the brown menace --
Teatro popular: --
Culture Clash: --
Mission --
Act 1, scene 1 --
Cuentos and Leyendas: --
Juan Chilili --
Paloma Blanca --
Chirlos Birlos --
Burro and the coyote --
Pranks of Pedro de Urdemalas --
Eyes that come out at night --
La Llorona --
La Llorona by Alcina Lubitch Domecq --
Flea --
Boy and the devil --
Canciones: --
Children's song: Arroz con leche --
Folk Song: De colores --
Corrideo: --
Corrido de Gregorio Cortez --
Corrido de Joaquin Murrieta --
Narcocorrido: Contrabando y traicion (written by Angel Gonzalez) --
Bolero: Lamento Borincano (written by Rafael Hernandez Marin) --
Salsa: Burundanga (written by Oscar Munoz Bouffartique and performed by Celia Cruz) --
Merengue: Carnaval del Barrio (written by Lin-Manuel Miranda) --
Chicano Rock: Good Morning Aztlan (written by David Hidalgo and Louie Perez and performed by Los Lobos) --
Latin Pop: Livin' la Vida Loca (written by Desmond Child and Robi Rosa and performed by Ricky Martin) --
Hip-Hop: Latin Lingo (written by Senen Reyes, Louis Freeze, and Lawrence Muggerud and performed by Cypress Hill) --
Reggaeton: Somos raperos pero no delincuentes (written and performed by Ivy Queen) --
Appendix 1: Chronology - Literature And History: --
Appendix 2: Treaties, Acts, And Propositions: --
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848) --
Treaty of Paris (1898) --
Jones Act (1917) --
Bracero Agreement (1942) --
California Proposition 187 (1994) --
Appendix 3: Influential Essays By Latin American Writers: --
Jose Enrique Rodo (1872-1917): --
Ariel --
Jose Vasconcelos (1882-1959): --
Cosmic race --
Mestizaje --
Part 1-2 --
Octavio Paz (1914-1998): --
Labyrinth of solitude: --
Pachuco and other extremes --
Roberto Fernandez Retamar (b 1930): --
Caliban: notes toward a discussion of culture in our America --
Question --
Toward the history of Caliban --
Our symbol --
Selected bibliographies --
Permissions acknowledgments --
Index.
책임: Ilan Stavans, general editor ; [editors], Edna Acosta-Belén ... [et al.].

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schema:description"Alternate table of contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Search for wholeness -- Colonization: 1537-1810: -- Fray Bartolome de Las Casas (1484-1566): -- Devastation of the Indies: a brief account: -- Hispaniola -- That part of the mainland called Florida -- Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca (ca 1490-ca 1560): -- Chronicle of the Narvaez expedition: -- When the fleet left Spain and the men who went with it -- How the governor came to Xagua and brought a pilot with him -- How we arrived in Florida -- How we went to the interior -- How the Indians separated us -- How we fled -- How we cured several sick people -- How the following day they brought other sick people -- How ready the Indians are with weapons -- On nations and languages -- Fray Marcos de Niza (ca 1495-1558): -- Narrative of Fray Marcos de Niza -- Hernando de Soto (ca 1496-1542): -- Letter of Hernando de Soto at Tampa Bay to the justice and board of magistrates in Santiago de Cuba -- Pedro Castaneda de Najera (ca 1512-death unknown): -- Narrative of the expedition of Coronado -- Of how the army started from Culiacan and the arrival of the general at Cibola, and of the army at Senora and of other things that happened -- Of why Tiguex revolted, and how they were punished, without being to blame for it -- Juan de Castellanos (1522-1607): -- Revolt of the Borinquenos -- El Inca Garcilaso de La Vega (ca 1539-1616): -- Florida of the Inca -- Book 2, Part 1: -- How they seized vitachuco: Outbreak of the battle which occurred between the Spaniards and the Indians -- Gradual surrender of the conquered Indians, and the constancy of seven of them -- Book 3: -- Mistress of Cofachiqui comes to talk with the governor, offering him both provisions and passage for his army -- Sebastian Vizcaino (1548-1624): -- Diary of Sebastian Vizcaino: -- Departure from the Bay of the Eleven Thousand Virgins and arrival at the Port of San Diego -- Departure from the Port of San Diego and arrival at the Island of Santa Catalina -- Juan de Onate (1550-1626): -- Letter written by Don Juan de Onate from New Mexico to the viceroy, the Count of Monterey. On March 2, 1599 -- Account of the discovery of the Buffalo (written by Juan Gutierrez Bocanegra, Onate's secretary) -- Gaspar Perez de Villagra (ca 1555-1620): -- History of New Mexico: -- Canto 1, 2, 14 -- Fray Eusebio Francisco Kino (1645-1711): -- Memoir of Pimeria Alta: -- Book 1: First entry into Pimeria, and the beginnings of its spiritual and temporal conquest, and of its conversion to our holy Catholic faith -- Because of the suspension of the conquest and conversion of California, two alms are asked for and obtained from the royal treasury for two missionary fathers for this coast and mainland nearest to California -- Royal provision and Royal Cedula which favor the new conversions -- My arrival at these missions of Sonora, and my first entry into the Pimeria with the Father Visitor, Manuel Gonzales -- Expedition to San Ygnacio de Caborica, San Joseph de Los Himiris, and Nuestra Senora de Los Remedios -- First opposition experienced in this new conversion -- Second opposition and discord sown in Pimeria -- Book 2: Visit and triennium of the Father Visitor Juan Maria Salvatierra, 1690, 1691, 1692 -- Second and third expeditions to the Sea of California -- Expedition or mission to the north and northwest for more than one hundred leagues, as far as to the Rio Grande and the casa Grande, and the discovery of the two new nations, the Opa and the Cocomaricopa -- Book 3: Arrival of the venerable Father Franciso Xavier Saeta at these new conversions; his apostolic fervor, work, zeal, and holy letters; his glorious, innocent death; and various letters prophetic of the great fruit of these conversions -- Last letter of most tender farewell from the venerable father -- Concerning three other murders committed in San Pedro del Tubutama -- Happy and glorious death of the venerable Father Francisco Xavier Saeta and of his four servants, and the plundering of his house -- Expedition of the Garrison of this province of Sonora to punish the delinquents and to remove the body of the venerable father -- Second and new expedition of the Garrison and new and greater disturbance than before -- Fray Junipero Serra (1713-1784): -- Letter to Fray Juan Andres -- Letter to Francisco Carlos de Croix -- Fray Juan Crespi (1721-1782): -- Letter to Fray Francisco Palou -- Juan Bautista de Anza (1736-1788): -- Diary of Governor de Anza's expedition against the Comanche nation, August 15 - September 10, 1779 -- Annexations: 1811-1898: -- Felix Varela (1787-1853): -- Letters to Elpidio: -- Final observations on the humor of irreligious masks -- Civil religion in the United States -- On the Quakers -- Eulalia Perez (ca 1780-death unknown): -- Old woman remembers -- Antonio Maria Osio y Higuera (1800-1878): -- History of Alta California -- Chapter 8 -- Gaspar Betancourt Cisneros (1803-1866): -- Letters from Lugareno -- Jose Maria Heredia (1803-1839): -- Ode to Niagara -- Frontier Memoirs: -- Juan Nepomuceno Seguin (1806-1890): -- Personal memoirs of John N Seguin, 1834-42 -- Jose Policarpo Rodriguez (1829-1914): -- Old guide -- Boyhood days -- Surveying -- Andrew Garcia (1855?-1943): -- Tough trip through paradise 1878-1879: -- Murder of John Hays -- Southwestern Newspaper Poetry: -- Juan B Hijar y Jaro (dates unknown): -- Heaven hands us our fate -- J M Vigil (dates unknown): -- Love and friendship -- Jose Romulo Ribera (birth unknown-1917): -- Homeland and home -- Luis A Torres (dates unknown): -- Philosophical truths -- Luis Tafoya aka XXX (1851-1922): -- Same as usual -- To New Mexico -- Ramon Emeterio Betances (1827-1898): -- Arriba, Puerto Ricans! -- You shall be free -- Remembrances of a revolutionary: -- Against Spanish Despotism -- Tenth of October -- Realized dream -- Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton (1832-1895): -- Squatter and the Don: -- Squatter Darrell reviews the past -- Don's view of the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo -- Eugenio Maria de Hostos (1839-1903): -- League of Puerto Rican Patriots -- Fragment from diary -- Lola Rodriguez de Tio (1843-1924): -- Song of Borinquen -- Cuba -- Cuba and Puerto Rico -- Sotero Figueroa (1851-1923): -- Speech confirming the proclamation of the Cuban Revolutionary Party -- Cubans and Puerto Ricans -- Jose Marti (1853-1895): -- Coney Island -- Love in the city -- Charleston earthquake -- Two homelands -- Our America -- Manuel M Salazar (1854-1911): -- Story of a wayfarer, or gervacio and aurora -- Chapter 19 -- Luis Munoz Rivera (1859-1916): -- Northward ho! -- Speech given to the House of Representatives -- Miguel Antonio Otero Jr (1859-1944): -- My nine years as governor of the territory of New Mexico, 1897-1906 -- Folsom train robberies -- Francisco Gonzalo "Pachin" Marin (1863-1897): -- New York from within: One aspect of its Bohemian life the rag -- Fabio Fiallo (1866-1942): -- Plenilunio -- Golgotha Rose -- Profane rhyme -- Jose Escobar (dates unknown): -- Literary progress in New Mexico -- Jesse Perez (1870-1927): -- Memoirs -- Julio G Arce aka Jorge Ulica (1870-1926): -- Spanish plague -- Chacon Family: -- Eusebio Chacon (1869-1948): -- Calm after the storm -- Felipe Maximiliano Chacon (1873-1949): -- Senora Adelina Otero-Warren -- Don Julio Berlanga -- Isidoro Armijo (1871-1949): -- Sixty minutes in hell -- Acculturation: 1899-1945: -- Arthur A Schomburg (1874-1938): -- Negro digs up his past -- Juan Latino -- Leonor Villegas de Magnon (1876-1955): -- Rebel -- Rebel is a girl -- Cleofas M Jaramillo (1878-1956): -- Romance of a little village girl -- Pleasant outings -- Territory becomes a state -- Daniel Venegas (ca 1880-ca 1935): -- Adventures of Don Chipote: or, a sucker's tale -- Chapters 1-3 -- Adelina "Nina" Otero-Warren (1881-1965): -- Old Spain in our Southwest -- Old Spanish Hacienda -- William Carlos Williams (1883-1963): -- Libertad! Igualdad! Fraternidad! -- Apology -- Sub Terra -- In The American grain -- Fountain of eternal youth -- Autobiography: -- Pop and mother -- Bernardo Vega (1885-1965): -- Puerto Rican migration to the United States -- Memoirs of Bernardo Vega -- From my hometown Cayey to San Juan, and how I arrived in New York without a watch -- Trials and tribulations of an emigrant in the Iron Tower of Babel on the eve of the World War 1-- Proletarians extend a hand, but hunger pinches and there is no remedy but to work in a weapons factory -- Vicente J Bernal (1888-1915): -- Elvira by the stream -- To -- Pedro Albizu Campos (1891-1965): -- Observations on the Brookings Institution Report -- Maria Cristina Mena (1893-1965): -- Emotions of Maria Concepcion -- Birth of the god of war -- Fabiola Cabeza de Baca Gilbert (ca 1894-1991): -- We fed them cactus -- El Cuate -- Rodeo -- Fiesta at San Hilario -- Luis Munoz Marin (1898-1980): -- Sad case of Porto Rico -- Speech -- Jesus Colon (1901-1974): -- Puerto Rican in New York and other sketches -- Mother, the young daughter myself, and all of us -- Grandma, please don't come! -- Way it was and other writings: -- Two United States -- Jewish people and us -- My wife doesn't work -- Felipe Alfau (1902-1999): -- Locos: a comedy of gestures: -- Identity -- Jose Davila Semprit (1902-1958): -- United States -- One of many -- Eugenio Florit (1903-1999): -- In the big city -- Lonely poets of Manhattan -- Portrait of a man alone -- Out of the snow -- Jovita Gonzalez de Mireles (1904-1983): -- Bullet-swallower -- Ernesto Galarza (1905-1984): -- Barrio boy -- Part One: In a mountain village -- Part Five: On the edge of the barrio -- Luis Leal (1907-2010): -- In search of Aztlan -- Fray Angelico Chavez (1910-1996): -- New Mexico triptych -- Hunchback Madonna -- Josefina Niggli (1910-1983): -- Mexican Village: -- Quarry --"
schema:description"Upheaval: 1946-1979: -- Julia de Burgos (1914-1953): -- To Julia de Burgos -- Ay, ay, ay of the kinky-haired negress -- Pentachrome -- Rio Grande de Loiza -- Song to the Hispanic people of America and the world -- Canto to the free federation -- Farewell in Welfare Island -- Americo Paredes (1915-1999): -- With his pistol in his hand: -- Country -- Guillermo Cotto-Thorner (1916-1983): -- Tropic in Manhattan: -- Two arrivals -- Rene Marques (1919-1979): -- Oxcart -- Act 3 -- Docile Puerto Rican: literature and psychological reality -- Function of the Puerto Rican writer today -- Sabine R Ulibarri (1919-2003): -- My Grandma smoked cigars -- El Apache -- Jose Yglesias (1919-1995): -- Home again: -- Chapter 1 -- Jose Antonio Villarreal (b 1924): -- Pocho: -- Part 1 -- Mario Suarez (1925-1998): -- El Hoyo -- Senor Garza -- Jose Luis Gonzalez (1926-1994): -- Night we became people again -- Bernardo Vega: a fighter and his people -- Cesar Chavez (1927-1993): -- We shall overcome -- Jesus's friendship -- Organizer's tale -- Rufino Contreras -- What is democracy? -- Nash Candelaria (b 1928): -- Memories of the Alhambra -- Chapters 1-2 -- Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales (1928-2005): -- I am Joaquin -- Pedro Juan Soto (1928-2002): -- Spiks: -- Innocents -- Champ -- Scribbles -- Bayaminina -- Piri Thomas (b 1928): -- Down these mean streets: -- Alien turf -- Konk -- Richard Vazquez (1928-1994): -- Chicano -- Chapter 1 -- Rolando Hinojosa (b 1929): -- Becky and her friends -- Maria Irene Fornes (b 1930): -- Fefu and her friends -- Rosario Morales and Aurora Levins Morales (b 1930 and b 1954): -- Getting home alive: -- I am what I am (RM) -- Child of the Americas (ALM) -- Puertoricanness (ALM) -- Ending poem (RM and ALM) -- Jaime Carrero (b 1931): -- Neo Rican Lesson -- Abelardo Lalo Delgado (1931-2004): -- Chicano movement: some not too objective observations -- Heberto Padilla (1932-2000): -- Gift -- Remembrance of Wallace Stevens in Florida -- Man on the edge -- Princeton cemetery -- Song of the Prodigal Son -- Jack Agueros (b 1934): -- Halfway to Dick and Jane: a Puerto Rican pilgrimage -- Sonnet for 1950 -- Sonnet: History of Puerto Rico -- John Rechy (b 1934): -- City of night: -- City of night -- Mr King: between two lions -- Oscar "Zeta" Acosta (1935-1974): -- Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo -- Chapter 6 -- Nicholasa Mohr (b 1935): -- Nilda: -- May, 1945 -- Wrong lunch line: early spring 1946 -- Aunt Rosana's Rocker (Zoraida) -- Journey toward a common ground: the struggle and identity of Hispanics in the USA -- Tomas Rivera (1935-1984): -- This migrant earth -- Luis Rafael Sanchez (b 1936): -- Airbus -- New Yorkian quartet -- Estela Portillo Trambley (1936-1999): -- Paris gown -- Rudolfo A Anaya (b 1937): -- Apple orchard -- Bless me, Ultima -- Chapter Uno -- Chapter Dos -- Bendiceme, America -- Lourdes Casal (1938-1981): -- Hudson in winter -- For Ana Veldford -- Conversation in a train station with an old man who speaks Spanish -- Rosario Ferre (b 1938): -- House on the lagoon: -- Thanksgiving Day, 1936 -- Writing in between -- Arturo Islas (1938-1991): -- Rain god -- Judgement day -- Mary Helen Ponce (b 1938): -- Hoyt Street -- 13011 Hoyt Street -- Jose Antonio Burciaga (1940-1996): -- Spilling the beans: -- Spilling the beans -- Honorable Senator Ralph W Yarborough -- What's in a Spanish name? -- Bilingual cognates -- Jose Kozer (b 1940): -- Diaspora -- Nimia -- First & last -- Final journey -- Luis Valdez (b 1940): -- Zoot suit -- Victor Villasenor (b 1940): -- Greatest Christmas gift -- Ricardo Sanchez (1941-1995): -- Indict Amerika -- Stream -- Teresa, last night -- Fridays belong to friends, sometimes -- Would that I could -- Nuyorican Poets: -- Miguel Algarin (b 1941): -- Mongo affair -- Nuyorican literature -- Nuyorican angel of despair -- Forget -- Hiram Morales -- Pedro Pietri (1944-2004): -- Puerto Rican obituary -- Broken English dream -- Jose Angel Figueroa (b 1946): -- Boricua -- Cowboynomics -- Miguel Pinero (1946-1988): -- Short eyes -- Act 1 -- Lower East side poem -- This is not the place where I was born -- Sandra Maria Esteves (b 1948): -- Here -- Puerto Rican discovery number 3: not neither -- Tato Laviera (b 1950): -- My graduation speech -- Asimilao -- AmeRican -- Lady liberty -- Jesus "Papoleto" Melendez (b 1951): -- Of a butterfly in el barrio or a stranger in paradise -- San Antonio Women Poets: -- Angela de Hoyos (1940-2009): -- La Malinche to Cortes and vice versa -- La Vie: I never said it was simple -- Evangelina Vigil-Pinon (b 1949): -- Apprenticeship -- Crimson the color -- Corazon en la palma -- Carmen Tafolla (b 1951): -- Compliments -- Marked -- Letter to Ti -- Split a human: Mitos, machos y la Mujer Chicana -- Chapter 3: Myths, machos and the movies: will the real Chicana please stand up? -- Puerto Rican Young Lords: -- Iris Morales (b 1948): -- Palante, Siempre Palante!: the young lords -- Pablo Guzman (b 1951): -- La Vida Pura: a lord of the Barrio -- Into The Mainstream: 1980-Present: -- Tino Villanueva (b 1941): -- Cycle bound -- Scene from the movie Giant -- My certain burn toward Pale Ashes -- Catharsis -- Voice over time -- At the Holocaust Museum: Washington, DC -- Isabel Allende (b 1942): -- Paula: -- Part 1: December 1991 to May 1992 -- Gloria Anzaldua (1942-2004): -- Borderlands/La Frontera: the new Mestiza: -- Homeland, Aztlan: El onto Mexico -- Movimientos de rebeldia y las culturas que traicionan -- Ariel Dorfman (b 1942): -- Heading South, looking North: -- Chapter dealing with the discovery of life and language at an early age -- Reinaldo Arenas (1943-1990): -- Mona -- Before night falls: -- Mariel -- Dolores Prida (b 1943): -- Coser y cantar: a one-act bilingual fantasy for two women -- Edward Rivera (1944-2001): -- Family installments: -- In black turf -- Richard Rodriguez (b 1944): -- Hunger of memory: the education of Richard Rodriguez: -- Part 1: Aria -- Days of obligation: an argument with my Mexican father -- Chapter 2: Late Victorians -- Brown: the last discovery of America: -- Preface -- Alma Luz Villanueva (b 1944): -- Bitch bitch bitch bitch -- Delicious death -- Warrior in the sand -- Even the eagles must gather -- Lucha Corpi (b 1945): -- Winter song -- Day's work -- Undocumented anguish -- Sonata in two voices -- Octavio Armand (b 1946): -- Braille for left hand -- Poem with dusk -- Poetry as Eruv -- Rene Aloma (1947-1986): -- Little something to ease the pain -- Alberto Baltazar Heredia Urista aka Alurista (b 1947): -- Bone -- Labyrinth of scarred hearts -- Sometime war -- As our barrio turns-who the yoke b on? -- Juan -- Luz Maria Umpierre-Herrera (b 1947): -- Immanence -- No hatchet job -- Denise Chavez (b 1948): -- Face of an angel: -- Long story -- Sleepwalker -- Are you wearing a bra? -- Juan Felipe Herrera (b 1948): -- Exiles -- Literary Asylums -- Quentino -- Pablo Medina (b 1948): -- Exiled memories: a Cuban childhood -- Arrival: 1960 -- Calle de la amargura -- Nothing Nietzsche -- Return of Felix Nogara -- Dictionary of Guatemalan bird calls -- Esmeralda Santiago (b 1948): -- When I was Puerto Rican -- American invasion of Macun -- Island of lost causes -- Sherezada "Chiqui" Vicioso (b 1948): -- Perspectives -- Haiti -- Victor Hernandez Cruz (b 1949): -- Latest Latin dance craze -- Lunequisticos -- Poema Chicano -- Cantinflas -- Is it certain or is it not certain: Caso Maravilla -- Jaime Manrique (b 1949): -- Latin moon in Manhattan: -- Little Colombia, Jackson Heights -- Julia Alvarez (b 1950): -- How the Garcia girls lost their accents: -- Daughter of invention -- Entre Lucas y Juan Mejia -- Bilingual sestina -- Yo!: -- Sisters -- Dagoberto Gilb (b 1950): -- Look on the bright side -- Down in the West Texas town -- Carlos M N Eire (b 1951): -- Waiting for snow in Havana -- Chapter 1, 2, 14 -- Roberto G Fernandez (b 1951): -- Raining backwards: -- Retrieving Varadero -- Holy radishes!: -- Last supper -- Franklin Gutierrez (b 1951): -- Helen -- Oscar Hijuelos (b 1951): -- Mambo kings play songs of love -- Chapter 1 -- Mr Ives' Christmas: -- On Madison and Forty-First Street -- Jimmy Santiago Baca (b 1952): -- From violence to peace -- Place to stand -- Chapter 1-2 -- Sixteen -- ChicaIndio -- Pat Mora (b 1952): -- Child, a child -- La dulceria -- Coatlicue's rules: advice from an Aztec Goddess -- Malinche's tips: Pique from Mexico's mother -- Consejos de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe: Counsel from the Brown Virgin -- Cherrie Moraga (b 1952): -- Giving up the ghost: Teatro in two acts -- Judith Ortiz Cofer (b 1952): -- Story of my body -- Latin Deli: an Ars Poetica -- Chameleon -- Hostages to fortune -- To a daughter I cannot console -- Anniversary -- Gift of a Cuento -- May he be bilingual -- Alberto Alvaro Rios (b 1952): -- Morning -- Man who became old -- Mayates -- Iguana killer -- Gary Soto (b 1952): -- Level at which the sky begins -- How an Uncle became Gray -- At the Cantina -- Catalina Trevino is really from Heaven -- What are you speaking? -- Charity of La Senora Lara -- Nickel and dime: -- We ain't asking much -- Giannina Braschi (b 1953): -- Yo-yo boing! -- Pelos en la lengua -- Ana Castillo (b 1953): -- Mixquiahuala letters -- Letter 7, 15, 21 -- Guardians -- Regina -- Eduardo Machado (b 1953): -- Broken eggs: -- Act 1 -- Kathleen Alcala (b 1954): -- Mrs Vargas and the dead naturalist: -- Flora's complaint -- Amalia -- Lorna Dee Cervantes (b 1954): -- Refugee ship -- Beneath the shadow of the freeway -- Francisco Goldman (b 1954): -- Ordinary seaman -- Chapter 3 -- Elias Miguel Munoz (b 1954): -- From the land of Machos: Journey to Oz with my father -- Michael Nava (b 1954): -- How town -- Chapter 1 -- Ricardo Pau-Llosa (b 1954): -- Dos Rios -- Frutas -- Dulce -- Charada China -- Return to Havana -- Luis J Rodriguez (b 1954): -- Always running: La vida loca -- Chapter 1 -- Helena Maria Viramontes (b 1954): -- Under the feet of Jesus -- Chapter 2 --"
schema:description"Writers Of Latinidad: -- Silvia Curbelo (b 1955): -- Summer storm -- If you need a reason -- Cecilia Rodriguez Milanes (b 1961): -- Muchacha (after Jamaica) -- Adrian Castro (b 1967): -- In the tradition of returning -- Richard Blanco (b 1968): -- Palmita Mia -- Havanasis -- Mother picking produce -- Sandra M Castillo (b 1968): -- Looking South -- Guillermo Gomez-Pena (b 1955): -- Documented/undocumented -- Carlos Morton (b 1955): -- Many deaths of Danny Rosales -- Jose Rivera (b 1955): -- House of Ramon Iglesia -- Luis Alberto Urrea (b 1955): -- Lake of sleeping children -- Devil's highway: a true story -- Rules of the game -- Roberto Valero (1955-1994): -- Roberto -- Phone call -- Exile -- Islands are evil and nobody knows it -- Ruth Behar (b 1956): -- Juban America -- Hebrew Cemetery of Guabanacoa -- Susana Chavez-Silverman (b 1956): -- Killer Cronica -- Dionisio Martinez (b 1956): -- History as a second language -- In a duplex near the San Andreas fault -- Je te veux -- Cultivation of orchids -- Achy Orejas (b 1956): -- Wrecks -- Martin Espada (b 1957): -- Revolutionary Spanish lesson -- Niggerlips -- Imagine the angels of bread -- My name is Espada -- Alabanza: in praise of local 100 -- Republic of poetry -- Rolando Perez (b 1957): -- New York movie -- Hotel room -- Summer evening -- First experience -- Canto 10 -- Carolina Hospital (b 1957): -- How the Cubans stole Miami -- Cristina Garcia (b 1958): -- Dreaming in Cuban -- Ocean blue -- Meaning of shells -- Aguero sisters -- Dulce Fuerte -- Alicia Gaspar de Alba (b 1958): -- Sor Juana's second dream: -- Bishop's pawn -- Nilo Cruz (b 1959): -- Anna in the tropics -- Demetria Martinez (b 1960): -- Fragmentos/Fragments -- Devil's workshop -- Ars Poetica -- Abraham Rodriguez (b 1961): -- Boy without a flag -- Ruben Martinez (b 1962): -- Other side: notes from the new L A, Mexico City and beyond -- Death in the family -- Manifesto -- Crossing over: a Mexican family on the Migrant Trail -- Prologue: Passion -- Virgil Suarez (b 1962): -- Tea leaves, caraoles, coffee beans -- Ricochet -- Floridiana -- Trouble with some words in English -- Cucuyo Ghazal Razzmatazz -- Orthography -- What we choose of exile -- Rafael Campo (b 1963): -- Elise -- Miss Key West, 1990 -- Poet's education -- I am Mrs Lorca -- Changing face of AIDS -- Junot Diaz (b 1968): -- Ysrael -- Brief wondrous life of Oscar Wao -- GhettoNerd at the end of the world: 1974-1987 -- Ana Menendez (b 1970): -- In Cuba I was a German shepherd -- Willie Perdomo (b 1971): -- Nigger-Reecan blues -- Brother Lo -- New Boogaloo -- Manuel Munoz (b 1975): -- Zigzagger -- Daniel Alarcon (b 1977): -- War by candlelight -- Maria Teresa "Mariposa" Fernandez (b 1977): -- Boricua butterfly -- Ode to the diasporican -- Poem for my grifa-rican sistah or broken ends broken promises -- Popular Dimensions: -- Dichos -- Chistes -- Cartoonistas: -- Gus Arriola (1917-2008): -- Gordo -- Hernandez brothers: Mario (b 1953), Gilberto (b 1957), and Jaime (b 1959): -- Mojado power! -- Lalo Lopez Alcaraz (b 1964): -- Hi-Spanic hysteria month -- Estar Wars: the brown menace -- Teatro popular: -- Culture Clash: -- Mission -- Act 1, scene 1 -- Cuentos and Leyendas: -- Juan Chilili -- Paloma Blanca -- Chirlos Birlos -- Burro and the coyote -- Pranks of Pedro de Urdemalas -- Eyes that come out at night -- La Llorona -- La Llorona by Alcina Lubitch Domecq -- Flea -- Boy and the devil -- Canciones: -- Children's song: Arroz con leche -- Folk Song: De colores -- Corrideo: -- Corrido de Gregorio Cortez -- Corrido de Joaquin Murrieta -- Narcocorrido: Contrabando y traicion (written by Angel Gonzalez) -- Bolero: Lamento Borincano (written by Rafael Hernandez Marin) -- Salsa: Burundanga (written by Oscar Munoz Bouffartique and performed by Celia Cruz) -- Merengue: Carnaval del Barrio (written by Lin-Manuel Miranda) -- Chicano Rock: Good Morning Aztlan (written by David Hidalgo and Louie Perez and performed by Los Lobos) -- Latin Pop: Livin' la Vida Loca (written by Desmond Child and Robi Rosa and performed by Ricky Martin) -- Hip-Hop: Latin Lingo (written by Senen Reyes, Louis Freeze, and Lawrence Muggerud and performed by Cypress Hill) -- Reggaeton: Somos raperos pero no delincuentes (written and performed by Ivy Queen) -- Appendix 1: Chronology - Literature And History: -- Appendix 2: Treaties, Acts, And Propositions: -- Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848) -- Treaty of Paris (1898) -- Jones Act (1917) -- Bracero Agreement (1942) -- California Proposition 187 (1994) -- Appendix 3: Influential Essays By Latin American Writers: -- Jose Enrique Rodo (1872-1917): -- Ariel -- Jose Vasconcelos (1882-1959): -- Cosmic race -- Mestizaje -- Part 1-2 -- Octavio Paz (1914-1998): -- Labyrinth of solitude: -- Pachuco and other extremes -- Roberto Fernandez Retamar (b 1930): -- Caliban: notes toward a discussion of culture in our America -- Question -- Toward the history of Caliban -- Our symbol -- Selected bibliographies -- Permissions acknowledgments -- Index."
schema:description"Overview: A dazzling and definitive compendium of the Latino literary tradition. This groundbreaking Norton Anthology includes the work of 201 Latino writers from Chicano, Cuban-, Puerto Rican-, and Dominican-American traditions, as well as writing from other Spanish-speaking countries. Under the general editorship of award-winning cultural critic Ilan Stavans, The Norton Anthology of Latino Literature traces four centuries of writing, from letters to the Spanish crown by sixteenth-century conquistadors to the cutting-edge expressions of twenty-first-century cartoonistas and artists of reggaeton. In six chronological sections-Colonization, Annexation, Acculturation, Upheaval, Into the Mainstream, and Popular Traditions-it encompasses all genres, featuring such writers as Jose Marti, William Carlos Williams, Julia Alvarez, Oscar Hijuelos, Cristina Garcia, Piri Thomas, Esmeralda Santiago, and Junot Diaz. Twelve years in the making, The Norton Anthology of Latino Literature sheds new light on "nuestra America" through a gathering of writing unprecedented in scope and vitality."
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