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Oscar Zeta Acosta The Uncollected Works

Author : Oscar Zeta Acosta
ISBN : 1611922437
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Oscar "Zeta" Acosta: The Uncollected Works gathers unpublished stories, essays, letters, poems and a teleplay written by Acosta (1935-1974), the legendary Chicano attorney, political activist and writer. All of these works were written between the early 1960s and shortly before his mysterious disappearance in Mazatlan, Mexico, in 1974. Through these writings Acosta reveals a variety of personae: a leader troubled by issues of ethnic, linguistic and cultural identity, a man who saw himself as a Robin Hood of Mexican Americans, an unstable yet genial wanderer who joined Hunter S. Thompson in a search for the American Dream. Acosta realized that democracy is about speaking out, about feeling uncomfortable, about defining others and oneself through the prism of race and history. With the publication of Oscar "Zeta" Acosta: The Uncollected Works, the complete picture of a crucial player in the Chicano Movement - described by others as "our Thomas Aquinas" and by himself as "the Brown Buffalo" - finally emerges.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Uncollected Works

Author : Stephen Crane
ISBN : STANFORD:36105005623736
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Arturo Islas

Author : Arturo Islas
ISBN : 1611920647
Genre : Mexican Americans
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Aldama (English, University of Colorado) presents unpublished short fiction, poetry, and essays by Islas (1938-1991), a gay Chicano writer best known for his novels The Rain God and Migrant Souls. An introduction discusses Islas' poetic form and narrative technique and his place in Chicano literature, and a chronology outlines major events in his life. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).
Category: Mexican Americans

Uncollected Works Of Abraham Lincoln

Author : Abraham Lincoln
ISBN : 1684221617
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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2017 Reprint of 1947 Edition. Full facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition software. Volume one of a two volume set. This volume covers the period from 1824 to 1840. This two-volume set comprises all letters, speeches, documents and other writings that had come to light since the publication of Lincoln's work in twelve volumes in 1905. Rufus Rockwell Wilson provides illuminating notes where required, to afford readers a full and sympathetic account of Mr. Lincoln's career. Volume two published separately.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Uncollected Works Of American Author Jean Toomer 1894 1967

Author : Jean Toomer
ISBN : 0773468102
Genre : Literary Collections
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Shortly after the 1923 publication of his Cane, a collage of poems, short stories, and sketches that depict the life of black Americans in both the rural South and the urban North, Toomer became a follower of spiritual leader Georges Gurdjieff. His published writing centered on those teachings for the next 20 years, until he became a Quaker in 1940, and published articles in that vein until 1950. Here are 45 poems and stories that have not appeared in previous collections, arranged in chronological sections from 1922 to 1950. Griffin (U. of South Carolina) provides a brief biographical sketch, but neither index nor bibliography. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).
Category: Literary Collections

In His Own Voice

Author : Paul Laurence Dunbar
ISBN : UOM:39015053493782
Genre : Literary Collections
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Presents a collection of poems, esssays, dramatic pieces, and short stories.
Category: Literary Collections

The Uncollected Baudrillard

Author : Jean Baudrillard
ISBN : 0761965319
Genre : Social Science
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Jean Baudrillard is generally recognized as one of the most important and provocative contemporary social theorists. But in the English speaking world, his reputation is largely based on books published after the 1960s, as he moved towards becoming the premier commentator on postmodernism. This wide ranging and expertly edited book examines the work of the young Baudrillard, it deepens our understanding of his seminal work on consumer culture by presenting his early essays on McLuhan, Lefebvre and Marcuse. The influence of German traditions of thought are clearly revealed, and Baudrillard's neglected and out of print writing on aesthetics is rediscovered and reprinted. Extracts from his political diaries and commentaries o
Category: Social Science

Rascuache Lawyer

Author : Alfredo MirandŽ
ISBN : 9780816529834
Genre : Social Science
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Alfredo MirandŽ, a sociology professor, Stanford Law graduate, and part-time pro bono attorney, represents clients who are rascuacheÑa Spanish word for ÒpoorÓ or even ÒwretchedÓÑand on the margins of society. For MirandŽ, however, rascuache means to be Òdown but not out,Ó an underdog who is still holding its ground. Rascuache Lawyer offers a unique perspective on providing legal services to poor, usually minority, folks who are often just one short step from jail. Not only a passionate argument for rascuache lawyering, it is also a thoughtful, practical attempt to apply and test critical race theoryÑparticularly Latino critical race theoryÑin day-to-day legal practice. Every chapter presents an actual case from MirandŽÕs experience (only the names and places have been changed). His clients have been charged with everything from carrying a concealed weapon, indecent exposure, and trespassing to attempted murder, domestic violence, and child abuse. Among them are recent Mexican immigrants, drug addicts, gang members, and the homeless. All of them are destitute, and many are victims of racial profiling. Some ÒpayÓ MirandŽ with bartered services such as painting, home repairs, or mechanical work on his car. And MirandŽ doesnÕt always win their cases. But, as he recounts, he certainly works tirelessly to pursue all legal remedies. Each case is presented as a letter to a fascinating (fictional) ÒSuper ChicanaÓ named Fermina Gabriel, who we are told is an accomplished lawyer, author, and singer. This narrative device allows the author to present his cases as if he were recounting them to a friend, drawing in the reader as a friend as well. Bookending the individual cases, MirandŽÕs introductions and conclusions offer a compelling vision of progressive legal practice grounded in rascuache lawyering.
Category: Social Science

The Collected Works Of Abraham Lincoln

Author : Abraham Lincoln
ISBN : 9781434477101
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The collected letters, speeches, etc. written by Abraham Lincoln.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Traveller

Author : Mohit Kumar Ray
ISBN : 9352080467
Genre : Indic literature (English)
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Category: Indic literature (English)

Passing In The Works Of Charles W Chesnutt

Author : Susan Prothro Wright
ISBN : 1604734183
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Passing in the Works of Charles W. Chesnutt is a collection that reevaluates Chesnutt's deft manipulation of the "passing" theme to expand understanding of the author's fiction and nonfiction. Nine contributors apply a variety of theories---including intertextual, signifying/discourse analysis, narratological, formal, psychoanalytical, new historical, reader response, and performative frameworks---to add richness to readings of Chesnutt's works. Together the essays provide convincing evidence that "passing" is an intricate, essential part of Chesnutt's writing, and that it appears in all the genres he wielded: journal entries, speeches, essays, and short and long fiction. The essays engage with each other to display the continuum in Chesnutt's thinking as he began his writing career and established his sense of social activism, as evidenced in his early journal entries. Collectively, the essays follow Chesnutt's works as he proceeded through the Jim Crow era, honing his ability to manipulate his mostly white audience through the astute, though apparently self-effacing, narrator, Uncle Julius, of his popular conjure tales. Chesnutt's ability to subvert audience expectations is equally noticeable in the subtle irony of his short stories. Several of the collection's essays address Chesnutt's novels, including Paul Marchand, F.M.C., Mandy Oxendine, The House Behind the Cedars, and Evelyn's Husband. The volume opens up new paths of inquiry into a major African American writer's oeuvre.
Category: Literary Criticism

Selected Writings

Author : Roman Jakobson
ISBN : 3110118696
Genre : Language and languages
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Category: Language and languages

Selected Writings

Author : Roman Jakobson
ISBN : OCLC:173067
Genre : Language and languages
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Category: Language and languages

Father Tabb

Author : Francis Aloysius Litz
ISBN : UOM:39015031304812
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Zhou Zuoren And An Alternative Chinese Response To Modernity

Author : Susan Daruvala
ISBN : 0674002385
Genre : History
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This book explores nation and modernity in China by focusing on the work of Zhou Zuoren (1885-1967). Through his literary and aesthetic practice as an essayist, Zhou espoused a way of constructing the individual and affirming the individual's importance in opposition to the normative national subject of most May Fourth reformers.
Category: History