La vida

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Random House, 1966 - Puerto Rican families - 669 pages
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Review: La Vida: A Puerto Rican Family in the Culture of Poverty-San Juan and New York

User Review  - Patti Overholt - Goodreads

I was introduced to Oscar Lewis in a sociology class in 1970. I thought I had read of his works but just discovered two more through Goodreads. His writings make the people come alive. From time to time, I still find myself thinking of the individuals he wrote about. Read full review

Review: La Vida: A Puerto Rican Family in the Culture of Poverty-San Juan and New York

User Review  - Goodreads

I was introduced to Oscar Lewis in a sociology class in 1970. I thought I had read of his works but just discovered two more through Goodreads. His writings make the people come alive. From time to time, I still find myself thinking of the individuals he wrote about. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
xi
Methods
xviii
The Rios Family
xxiv
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