The author probes the contributions of literature in the great debate over Chicano identity, exploring the contributions of Mexican-America writers to this often hotly contested issue.Teresa Acosta has written an essay that investigates the relationship between herself as a contemporary Chicana ... I realized that my familya#39;s stories a often transmitted through my grandfather a reverberated in my imagination and memory and I could not abandon them. ... Acosta ends her short essay by offering two original poems that she says connect Sara Estela Ramirez to her and her generation.
|Author||:||Louis Gerard Mendoza|
|Publisher||:||Texas A&M University Press - 2001|