Bridges, borders, and breaks : history, narrative, and nation in twenty-first century Chicana/o literary criticism / edited by William Orchard & Yolanda Padilla
- Latino and Latin American profiles
- Introduction: Chicana/o narratives, then and now / William Orchard and Yolanda Padilla -- The Diachronics of Difference: Chicano Narrative Then, Now, and before -- Chicanidad / Jesse Alemán -- The Transnational Imaginaries of Chicano/a Studies and Hemispheric Studies: Polycentric and Centrifugal Methodologies / David Luis-Brown -- The "Other" Novel of the Mexican Revolution / Yolanda Padilla -- Desiring History in Sabina Berman's and Sandra Cisneros's Narratives of the Mexican Revolution / Belinda Linn Rincón -- Finding Mexican Chicago on Mango Street: A Transnational Production of Space and Place in Sandra Cisneros's The House on Mango Street and Caramelo / Olga L. Herrera -- Resisting the Interpretive Schema of the Novel Form: Rereading Sandra Cisneros's The House on Mango Street / Paula M. L. Moya -- Chicano Narrative's Hidden Print Cultures and the Chicano/a Literary Counterpublic / John Alba Cutler -- I Digress: Reading Chicano Narrative and Manuel Muñoz's "Monkey, S?" / Ralph E. Rodriguez -- Chicano Narrative Now: Literary Discourses in an Age of Transnationalism / Ramón Saldívar -- You Choose Your Space and You Fight There": An Interview with Ramón Saldívar.
- 9780822964148 paperback
- Chiefly based on papers presented at the 2010 conference of the American Comparative Literature Association, held in New Orleans.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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