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Harold Augenbraum

Full Name: Harold Augenbraum
Number of Works: 11
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ISBN: 0395661242, 9780395661246
Keywords: latino, growing
Pages: 384
Published: 1993
  • Rating: 60%
ISBN: 039562231X, 9780395622315
Keywords: stories, memoirs, latino, growing
Pages: 344
Published: 1993
  • Rating: 100%

From the mean streets of the barrio to the house on Mango Street, from the Mambo Kings to the Garcia Girls, the authors who contribute to this volume transport us across geographies and through cultures in an attempt to articulate the joys, struggles, defeats, and triumphs of the Latino experience in the United States. Growing Up Latino offers, for the first time, a comprehensive collection of classic and recent Latino writing in English, converging in sometimes shocking, often funny, and always stirring memoirs and stories. Religion, sex, love, language, and family are some of the topics expl
ISBN: 0143039695, 9780143039693
Keywords: touch, tangere, noli
Pages: 480
Published: 1887
  • Rating: 80%
ISBN: 0143106392, 9780143106395
Keywords: filibusterismo
Pages: 352
Published: 1891
  • Rating: 80%
ISBN: 1417732784, 9781417732784
Keywords: edge, writing, latinos, fresca, lengua
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2006

Brazen, bold, edgy, and fresh: an unexpected take on Latino life, spotlighting some of the culture's most exciting innovative and emerging voices. An entertaining, provocative and often exhilarating collection, Lengua Fresca celebrates some of the most original and cutting-edge work to emerge from the cultural collide that is Latino life in the United States. Featuring an eclectic mix of Latino writing—including fiction, journalism, essays, comics, and even cultural ephemera—this unique anthology showcases literature found in unexpected places. Selections include stories from Salvador Plas
ISBN: 0717258181, 9780717258185
Keywords: latina, encyclopedia
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2005
ISBN: 071725819X, 9780717258192
Keywords: united, states, society, culture, latina, history, encyclopedia
Pages: Unknown
Published: 2005

Though written to be accessible to high school students, this terrific resource contains material of interest to all readers wishing to expand their knowledge about Latino history, life, and culture (and U.S. history, life, and culture as well). Editor Stavans (Amherst College, Mass.) asked the contributors for analysis as well as reports, and the result is a rich and thought-provoking compendium. Latino/a is defined as all things related to the Spanish-speaking peoples who live north of Mexico. Among the entries: 1492, art (for many different ethnic groups), art criticism, Catholicism, cla