Dear Rafe

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Arte Público Press, 1985 - Fiction - 134 pages
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"Set in the early 1960s, the first half of the book is a bitter-comic story of banking, amorous and political lives of various citizens of Klail City told in epistolary form by one Jehu Malacara ... The rest of the work is a series of character sketches cum fictional interviews touching on the life and fate of Jehu. (...) Although his (Hinojosa's) sharp eye and accurate ear capture a place, its people and a time in a masterly way, his work goes far beyond regionalism. He is a writer for all readers, and Dear Rafe is a delight in any league".

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Dear Rafe/ Mi Querido Rafa (Klail City Death Trip Series)

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This volume in Hinojosa's 1985 "Klail City Death Trip" series is published for the first time in a bilingual English/Spanish edition. Read full review

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Part II
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Rolando Hinojosa is a novelist, essayist, poet, and the Ellen Clayton Garwood Professor in the English Department at the University of Texas at Austin.

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