A bilingual sampler of southwestern tales, legends, and myths offering the modern reader wisdom passed down for hundreds of years.
A mixture of fact and fiction, this is the book that defined Wyatt Earp's legend as a gunfighter-lawman.
Subjects: American WestWestern HistoryLiterature
The humorous and moving story of three generations of a Jewish family in Argentina.
Subjects: Jewish StudiesLatin AmericaLiteratureWomen
Set along the Southwestern border, these stories explore growing up Hispanic and weaving together three distinct worlds--Mexico, the United States, and childhood.
Subjects: FictionLiteratureChicana and ChicanoSouthwest
An engaging study of stereotypes and archetypes of Native Americans in fiction and art.
Subjects: American IndiansArtLiteratureCultural Studies
Meditations on growing garlic and on the farming way of life. "To dream a garden and then to plant it is an act of independence and even defiance to the greater world."--Stan Crawford
Originally published in 1910, this stirring depiction of shtetl life in Argentina is once again available in paperback.
Subjects: Jewish StudiesLatin AmericaLiterature
A collection of twelve short stories presented from the perspective of a young boy, in which the author narrates his childhood experiences growing up in a family of Mexican migrant farmworkers.
Subjects: BiographyChicana and ChicanoLiterature
Poetry, art, and criticism by major Chicana writers and artists.
Subjects: Chicana and ChicanoLiteratureLiterary CriticismWomen