Review: Bless Me, Ultima

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Exquisite prose and wondrous storytelling have helped make Rudolfo Anaya the father of Chicano literature in English. Indeed, Anaya's tales fairly shimmer with the haunting beauty and richness of his culture. The winner of the Pen Center West Award for Fiction for his unforgettable novel ALBURQUERQUE, Anaya is perhaps best loved for his classic bestseller, BLESS ME, ULTIMA. Antonio Marez is six ... Read full review

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Great story!

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This book is amazing, when i read it, i just sat in amazment on the book for 20 min.
This book is life changing, there is not one day i have lived with out remembering this book
I incourage you to read it.
It may have spanish words but they are explained as if they were actually in the story.
This book is available at any borders, barnes and noble etc.
I incourage you greatly to read this book.

Review: Bless Me, Ultima

User Review  - Noah Luna - Goodreads

"Bless Me, Ultima" is about a young boy, Antonio, who lives with his family in New Mexico. His mother was raised in El Puerto, within a farmer based family, and his father was raised in Las Pasturas ... Read full review

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User Review  - rgruberhighschool - LibraryThing

RGG: A mystical story of 1940's chicano New Mexico; young boy as protagonist; heavy emphasis on Catholicism and questioning of belief. Read full review

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