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By Murguia, Alejandro
Draws on the author's memories - his own and his family's reaching back to the eighteenth century - to (re)construct the Chicano-indigenous history of California. This book tells the story through significant moments in California history, including the birth of the mestizo in Me ...
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Edited by Murguia, Alejandro; Paschke, Barbara
A contact bomb, a volcano ready to erupt describes not only Central America in the 1980s but-in the conception of its editors-this anthology of contraband poetry. The poems themselves were often copied by hand and smuggled onto Mexico, from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, and N ...
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These nine stories of Latino/Chicano life at full throttle take the reader from Mexico City to San Francisco's Mission District. Nothing comes easy - in life or in love. Here is an unstereotypical view of a world as treacherous as it is tender, as funny as it is heartbreaking.
By Murguia, Alejandro; Murguaia, Alejandro
San Francisco's first Latino poet laureate offers new poems written in the native tongue of contemporary America: English-and-Spanish.
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