Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage, Volume 4

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Arte Publico Press, May 14, 2014 - American literature - 302 pages
This historic fourth volume of articles represents the finished, re-worked product of the biennial conferences of recovery, providing theoretical and practical approaches, and critical studies on specific texts. Jose Aranda and Silvio Torres-Saillant's introduction conceptualizes and unifies a broad historical swath that encompasses the Spanish and English-language expression of Hispanic natives, immigrants and exiles from the colonial period to 1960.
 

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Marez chapter
Also chapter on canon formation (8/8/11)

Contents

Introduction
1
Luis Leal
12
A Critical Report about the US Press in
30
A Critical Edition of the Complete Works
50
Recovered Literature and the Deterritorialization
59
Toward a Transnational Theory of Nineteenthcentury
80
Land and Community in Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burtons
96
Dos cronistas en Nueva York
133
War with Spain Faith and Ethnic
154
Women in a Traditional Folk Drama of Laredo Texas
172
Reconstruccion de
184
Isleño Oral Narratives
201
Jose de la Luz Saenz and the Language of
214
Inscribing MexicanAmerican Modernism in Americo Paredess
240
Nation or Patriarchy in Jovita Gonzálezs
264
Narrative Anxiety in
277

El aspecto carnavalesco en Las aventuras de Don Chipote o Cuando
145

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