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Reconstructing a Chicano/a literary heritage

Hispanic colonial literature of the Southwest

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Published by University of Arizona Press in Tucson .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southwest, New
    • Subjects:
    • Spanish American literature -- To 1800 -- History and criticism.,
    • American literature -- Southwest, New -- History and criticism.,
    • Southwest, New -- Intellectual life.,
    • Southwest, New -- In literature.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Other titlesReconstructing a Chicano literary heritage., Reconstructing a Chicana literary heritage.
      Statementedited by María Herrera-Sobek.
      ContributionsHerrera-Sobek, María.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPQ7081.A1 R315 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxii, 213 p. ;
      Number of Pages213
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1739962M
      ISBN 100816513503
      LC Control Number92045616

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      Chicano literature, or Mexican-American literature, refers to literature written by Chicanos in the United gh its origins can be traced back to the sixteenth century, the bulk of Chicano literature dates from after the United States annexation of large parts of Mexico in the wake of the Mexican–American , this genre includes a vibrant and diverse set of narratives.   Reconstructing a Chicano/a Literary Heritage: Hispanic Colonial Literature of the Southwest – María Herrera-Sobek, ed. (A1 R ) The Latino Holiday Book: From Cinco de Mayo to Día de los Muertos: The Celebrations and Traditions of Hispanic -Americans – Valerie Menard (GTM45 ).

      The ’s was a time of political upheaval. The civil rights movement, backlash toward Vietnam, and widespread social unrest were the stories of the day. But it was also a time of literary upheaval and the rebirth of the Chicano movement, during which Mexican-American authors and artists attempted to reconnect with their culture and proclaim Author: Laura De Silva. CHICANO LITERARY Chicano literary renaissance, a flowering of all forms of literature by Mexican Americans throughout the Southwest, started in with the Teatro Campesino (Farmworkers Theater) in California. In Texas, however, the renaissance started in , with the publication of poet Abelardo Delgado's 25 Pieces of a Chicano Mind, and lasted for about ten years of.


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Early literary works written in Spanish in what is today the American Southwest have been largely excluded from the corpus of American literature, yet these documents are the literary antecedents of contemporary Chicano and Chicana collection of essays establishes the importance of this literary heritage through a critical examination of key texts produced in the Southwest from Cited by: 7.

“Herrera-Sobek’s collection masterfully repositions Hispanic colonial texts both in the Chicano/a literary tradition as well as positing that these Hispanic colonial works produced the prototypes for many western American literary genres and archetypes.

Book Description: Early literary works written in Spanish in what is today the American Southwest have been largely excluded from the corpus of American literature, yet these documents are the literary antecedents of contemporary Chicano and Chicana collection of essays establishes the importance of this literary heritage through a critical examination of key texts produced in the.

Reconstructing a Chicano/a literary heritage: Hispanic colonial literature of the Southwest / edited by María Herrera-Sobek.

Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (alk. paper) ISBN (pbk.: alk. paper) 1. Spanish. The nine essays in Maria Herrera-Sobek’s Reconstructing a Chicano/a Literary Heritage: Hispanic Colonial Literature ofthe Southwest demonstrate “the significance, interrelationship, and fundamental ties of colonial writings with contemporary Chicano literature and culture” (xxii).Author: Sandra L.

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Get this from a library. Reconstructing a Chicano/a literary heritage: Hispanic colonial literature of the Southwest. [María Herrera-Sobek;]. María Herrera-Sobek is the Luis Leal Endowed Chair and Professor of Chicano/Chicana Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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This seminar on Chicano/a literature has been organized so as to build on a previous student academic background in the field, such as Chicano Studies or equivalent Chicano literature course from another campus. In his book The Other Voice. Herrera-Sobek, Maria. Reconstructing a Chicano/a Literary Heritage: Hispanic Colonial Literature of the Southwest.

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Most readers and critics view Mexican American writing as a subset of American literature—or at best as a stream running parallel to the main literary current. José Aranda now reexamines American literary history from the perspective of Chicano/a studies to show that Mexican Americans have had a key role in the literary output of the United States for one hundred fifty : Author: Sharman, Adam, Published: New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Edition: 1st ed.

Language: English ISBN:, X. Books shelved as chicano: The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros, Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya, Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza by Gl.

Herrara-Sobek, Maria. Reconstructing a Chicano/a Literary Heritage: Hispanic Colonial Literature of the Southwest. Tucson, University of Arizona Press, Herrara-Sobek, Maria, and Viramontes, Helena Maria, eds.

Chicana Creativity and Criticism: Charting New Frontiers in American Literature. —María Herrera-Sobek, editor of Reconstructing a Chicano/a Literary Heritage From the Inside Flap Most readers and critics view Mexican American writing as a subset of American literature--or at best as a stream running parallel to the main literary : José F.

Aranda Jr. A bestseller when it was published in at the height of the Mexican-American civil rights movement, Chicano unfolds the fates and fortunes of the Sandoval family, who flee the chaos and poverty of the Mexican Revolution and begin life anew in the United States.

Patriarch Hector Sandoval works the fields and struggles to provide for his family even as he faces discrimination and injustice/5(19). María Herrera-Sobek is the Luis Leal Endowed Chair and Professor of Chicano/Chicana Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and editor of Reconstructing a Chicano/a Literary Heritage: Hispanic Colonial Literature of the : University of Arizona Press.

Reconstructing a Chicano/a Literary Heritage: Hispanic Colonial Literature of the Southwest. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, Paperback edition, Chicana (W)Rites: On Word and Film. Berkeley, California: Third Woman Press, Culture Across Borders: The Popular Culture of Mexican Immigration.

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Ed. Maria Herrera-Sobek. Tucson and London: U of Arizona P, 3– Print. Cabeza de Vaca, Álvar Núñez. “Relation of Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca.” The Heath Anthology of American Literature.

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