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Let their spirits dance : a novel

Author: Stella Pope Duarte
Publisher: New York : Rayo, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"When a dying mother hears the voice of her son thirty years after his death in Vietnam, she recalls the promise he made in 1968 as he boarded a military plane headed overseas that one day she would agin hear his voice. But is is not until she learns about the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C., that she is able to decipher Jesse's mysterious message. Alicia realizes she must journey to the Wall to touch her  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Domestic fiction
Fiction
Romans, nouvelles, etc
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stella Pope Duarte
ISBN: 0060186372 9780060186371 0060089482 9780060089481
OCLC Number: 48507751
Description: xvii, 312 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1968 --
El Cielito --
Solitary Man --
Tlachisqui --
Private War --
Miniature Islands --
El Ganso --
Jimenez Elementary --
Two Doors Gospel --
Yoloxochitl --
La Manda --
Parallel Universe --
Rothberg --
El Nino Comes Through --
Sacred Meal --
"Bendito" --
Gold of Asia --
Pilgrims of Aztlan --
Changing Landscapes --
Brown Berets --
Chicano! --
Albuquerque --
Los Griegos --
Penitentes --
El Gato --
Yellowhair --
Time Warp --
Blue Doors --
Little Saigon --
Deja Vu --
Thom --
Stable Light --
Crossing El Rio Salado --
Frederick --
The Wall.
Responsibility: Stella Pope Duarte.
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"When a dying mother hears the voice of her son thirty years after his death in Vietnam, she recalls the promise he made in 1968 as he boarded a military plane headed overseas that one day she would agin hear his voice. But is is not until she learns about the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C., that she is able to decipher Jesse's mysterious message. Alicia realizes she must journey to the Wall to touch her son's name and honor his memory, and like a spark kindling a new flame, her decision inspires her warring children to join her."--Jacket.

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