Historia: the literary making of Chicana & Chicano history
The author probes the contributions of literature in the great debate over Chicano identity, exploring the contributions of Mexican-America writers to this often hotly contested issue.
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Historia: The Literary Making of Chicana and Chicano History
Louis Gerard Mendoza
Limited preview - 2001
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