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El Paso Del Norte

Author : Richard Yañez
ISBN : 087417533X
Genre : Fiction
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The Chicano characters in Richard Yanez's debut story collection live in El Paso's Lower Valley but inhabit a number of borders-between two countries, two languages, and two cultures, between childhood and manhood, life and death. The teenaged narrator of Desert Vista copes with a new school and a first love while negotiating the boundaries between his family's tenuous middle-class status and the working-class community in which they have come to live. Tony Amoroza, the protagonist of Amoroza Tires, wrestles with the overwhelming grief from his wife's death until an unexpected legacy prompts him with new faith. Maria del Valle, La Loquita, the central character of Lucero's Mkt., crosses the border into madness while her neighbors watch, gossip, and try to offer-or refuse-aid. Yanez writes with perfect understanding of his borderland setting, a landscape where poverty and violence impinge on traditional Mexican-American values, where the signs of gang culture compete with the ageless rituals of the Church. His characters are vivid, unique, fully authentic, searching for purpose or identity, for hope or meaning, in lives that seem to deny them almost everything. Yanez's world
Category: Fiction

Cities And Citizenship At The U S Mexico Border

Author : K. Staudt
ISBN : 9780230112919
Genre : Political Science
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The volume is a cutting-edge, interdisciplinary approach to analyzing an enormously significant region in ways that clarify the kind of everyday life and work that is generated in a major urban global manufacturing site amid insecurity, inequality, and a virtually absent state.
Category: Political Science


Author : Maude Mason Austin
ISBN : WISC:89098867765
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Paso Del Norte

Author : Juan Rulfo
ISBN : 0292701322
Genre : Fiction
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A major figure in the history of post-Revolutionary literature in Mexico, Juan Rulfo received international acclaim for his brilliant short novel Pedro Páramo (1955) and his collection of short stories El llano en llamas (1953), translated as a collection here in English for the first time. In the transition of Mexican fiction from direct statements of nationalism and social protest to a concentration on cosmopolitanism, the works of Rulfo hold a unique position. These stories of a rural people caught in the play of natural forces are not simply an interior examination of the phenomena of their world; they are written for the larger purpose of showing the actions of humans in broad terms of reality.
Category: Fiction

Paso Del Norte

Author : Carlos Morton
ISBN : OCLC:463124204
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Spirits Of The Border

Author : Ken Hudnall
ISBN : 9781452429311
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Ken Hudnall's Spirits of the Border series is an invaluable guide to ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts alike. This series allows readers to explore the supernatural side of the Southwest. This volume examines the paranormal underbelly of Colorado. From lost treasure to haunted railways and mysterious places to ghost stories, this is a fabulous guide to 76 cities in Colorado Find out what really haunts the hotel that inspired Stephen King to write The Shining and what ghostly apparitions appear in the real life South Park. The digital edition is perfect way to take your passion for the paranormal with you as you explore the history and mystery of the Centennial State. Spirits of the Border: The History and Mystery of Colorado includes paranormal tales from the following cities: Adams, Alma, Aspen, Aurora-Fitzimons, Baily County, Bayfield, Bennett, Berthoud, Black Forest, Blackhawk, Boulder, Broomfield, Buckskin Joe, Canon City, Castle Rock, Central City, Colorado Springs, Commerce City, Craig, Cripple Creek, Delta, Denver, Durango, Edgwater, Empire, Englewood, Estes Park, Evergreen, Fairplay, Florence, Fort Carson, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, Georgetown, Glenwood Springs, Golden, Grand Junction, Grand Lake, Greeley, Hamilton, Highlands Ranch, Jefferson County, Kiowa County, La Veta, Lakewood, Lamar , Lafayette, Leadville, Littleton, Longmont, Louisville, Manitou Springs, Mead, Mesa Verde, Montrose, Niwot, Ouray, Penrose, Pierce, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Redstone, Santa Cruz, Silver Cliff, Silverton, Steamboat Springs, St. Elmo, Sterling, Thornton, Trinidad, Vallecito Lake, Walsenburg, Westminster, Wheat Ridge, Woodland Park, and Yampa.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


Author : Bill Rakocy
ISBN : STANFORD:36105008900925
Genre : History
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Category: History

Memory Fever

Author : Ray Gonz‡lez
ISBN : 0816520119
Genre : Social Science
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For poet Ray Gonzalez, growing up in El Paso during the 1960s was a time of loneliness and vulnerability. He encountered discrimination in high school not only for being Latino but also for being a non-athlete in a school where sports were important. Like many young people, he found diversion in music; unlike most, he found solace in the desert. In these vignettes, Gonzalez shares memories of boyhood that tell how he discovered the natural world and his creative spirit. Through 29 storylike essays, he takes readers into the heart of the desert and the soul of a developing poet. Gonzalez introduces us to the people who shaped his life. We learn of his father's difficulties with running a pool hall and of his grandmother's steadfast religious faith. We meet sinister Texas Rangers, hallucinatory poets, illegal aliens, and racist high school jocks. His vivid recollections embrace lizard hunts and rattlesnake dreams, rock music and menudo making—all in stories that convey the pains and joys of growing up on the border. As Gonzalez leads us through his desert of hope and vision, we come to recognize the humor and sadness that permeate this special place.
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Who Owns The Water

Author : C. Richard Bath
ISBN : WISC:89063234389
Genre : Water rights
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Category: Water rights