In this examination of Chicano/a literature, Manuel M. Martín-Rodríguez analyzes the ways it connects with and is shaped by the interaction with its audiences.
Subjects: Literary CriticismChicana and ChicanoCultural Studies
An exciting collection of new essays on the work of the outstanding American Indian woman writer.
Subjects: Literary CriticismAmerican Indians
Elucidates the clear mark that Native American literature, culture, and oral-poetic traditions have left on five centuries of British and American literature.
Subjects: American IndiansLiterary CriticismCultural Studies
Explores issues of ethnicity, gender, and sexuality in nine recent novels by U.S. Latina/o writers.
Inspired by Chief Joseph's statement that "the Earth and myself are of one mind," Dunsmore studies the works of major Native writers and their connection with the natural world.
Subjects: American IndiansLiterary CriticismEssays
Poetry, art, and criticism by major Chicana writers and artists.
Subjects: Chicana and ChicanoLiteratureLiterary CriticismWomen