Se habla español: voces latinas en USA

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Alfaguara, 2000 - Fiction - 386 pages
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This collection of short stories reflects the Latin American experience in the United States and reveals the complex reality of a country that, in its own way, has become Latin American. These are works by a group of young writers who entered the literary world during the 90s with a style described as serious, yet irreverent. Edited by Edmundo Paz Soldan and Alberto Fuguet, it explores the space occupied by the United States within the Latin American culture."

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