This four-volume series is edited by noted scholars Nicolas Kanellos (University of Houston) and Claudio Esteva Fabregat (University of Barcelona). Kanellos, literary historian, and Esteva, anthropologist, have assembled a team of outstanding scholars to bring together comprehensive studies on all aspects of U.S. Hispanic culture in the following disciplines: Volume I, Literature and Art, edited by Francisco Lomeli (University of California-Santa Barbara); Volume II, History, edited by Alfredo Jimenez (University of Seville); Volume III, Sociology, edited by Felix Padilla (Northeastern University); Volume IV, Anthropology, edited by Thomas Weaver (University of Arizona).Paris and Europe represent free agency and self-determining choice to Clotilde as she tells her story decades later to her visiting ... Less dichotomous in its emblematic use of place is Rain of Scorpions (1975), the novella included in the authora#39;s first ... weather and the ubiquitous animals, elements which the author draws together in the narrativea#39;s conclusion when the ... Occasionally heavy- handed in her metaphorizing of nature and use of mythic symbols, Portillo Trambleya#39;s work 136anbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Hispanic Cultures in the United States: Literature and art|
|Author||:||Nicolás Kanellos, Francisco A. Lomelí, Claudio Esteva Fabregat|
|Publisher||:||Arte Publico Pr - 1993|