Chicana Critical Issues

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Norma Alarcón
Third Woman Press, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 281 pages
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Nonfiction. We are the daughters of Chicano working class families, who were able to receive a university education.. Our history is the story of working people - their struggles, commitments, and strengths.. We document, analyze and interpret the Chicana/Mexicana experience in the United States. We are particularly concerned with the conditions women face at work, in and out of the home. We continue our mother's struggle for social and economic justice.. Our research strives to bridge the gap between intellectual work and active commitment to our communities.. We welcome Chicanas who share these problems and goals and invite them to join our movement.

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Contents

The Wild Zone Thesis as Gloss in Chicana Literary Study
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Notes From a Chicana Survivor
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The Journey North and Life
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