The adventures of Juan Chicaspatas
The best-selling Chicano novelist, author of the prize-winning Bless Me, Ultima, turns his pen to narrative poetry in this mock epic. Here the myths and history of Mexico and the Southwest are revised in this phantasmagoric marijuana dream peopled by gods, ghosts and, of all things, the neighborhood Pachucos.
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Aztec Aztlan Aztatlan barrio beat her withered beautiful begat brujos of Moctezuma called Ilhuicamina Caves of Aztlan Chicano Air Force Chicano homeboy Chicano sons Chicomoztoc Chief Priest Chingada Madre chingadera Coatepec Coatlicue conquistador Cortes cuckold dark Don Penco Eagle-Serpent earth of Aztldn epic hero espanoles explore the boudoirs Go and tell goddess gods grandma hijos hombres homeland huipil Huitzilopochtli indios inhabitants of Aztlan jaina jefita jMamasota join Moctezuma Juan Chicaspatas Juan thought aloud knelt land of Aztlan left Aztlan Llorona loco maguey Malinche answered Malinche smiled Mama Malinche Maria Juana Mero Chingon mestizos Mexicanos Mexico Moctezuma replied mother Malinche Movida Chueca Mujeres ofAztlan pachucos Penco cried Penco shouted Penco smiled Penco whispered proud Juan quetzal Quetzalcoatl raza returned to Aztlan Royal Chicano Air seven caves sing sixty brujos sons of Malinche stoked her furnace sword of Santo Tenochtitlan tribes trusty companion truth vato Virgen de Guadalupe women wooden sword