Recovering the U.S. Hispanic literary heritage / edited by Ramón Gutiérrez and Genaro Padilla

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Subjects: American literature--Hispanic American authors--History and criticism
Hispanic American literature (Spanish)--History and criticism
Hispanic Americans--Intellectual life
Hispanic Americans in literature
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Houston : Arte Público Press, 1993-
LC Classification: P, PS
Table of Contents: Foreword / Nicolas Kanellos 13
Introduction / Ramon A. Gutierrez, Genaro M. Padilla 17
Pt. I. The History of Hispanic Literature in the United States
Mexican-American Literature: An Overview / Raymund Paredes 31
Puerto Rican Literature in the United States: Stages and Perspectives / Juan Flores 53
Cuban Literature of the United States: 1824-1959 / Rodolfo J. Cortina 69
Pt. II. Literary Forms and Regional Variations
Truth Telling Tongues: Early Chicano Poetry / Luis Leal 91
A Socio-Historic Study of Hispanic Newspapers in the United States / Nicolas Kanellos 107
Two Texts for a New Canon: Vicente Bernal's Las Primicias and Felipe Maximiliano Chacon's Poesia y prosa / Erlinda Gonzales-Berry 129
Recovering Mexican-American Autobiography / Genaro M. Padilla 153
The Building of a Community: Puerto Rican Writers and Activists in New York, 1890s-1960s / Edna Acosta-Belen 179
Pt. III. Literary Canons
Some Considerations on Genres and Chronology for Nineteenth-Century Hispanic Literature / Charles Tatum 199
Canon Formation and Chicano Literature / Maria Herrera-Sobek 209
Po(l)etics of Reconstructing and/or Appropriating a Literary Past: The Regional Case Model / Francisco Lomeli 221
Nationalism and Literary Production: The Hispanic and Chicano Experiences / Ramon A. Gutierrez 241
Pt. IV. Literary Sources and Research Opportunities
Hispanic Literature: The Colonial Period / Jose Fernandez 253
Memory, Language and Voice of Mestiza Women on the Northern Frontier: Historical Documents as Literary Text / Antonia I. Castaneda 265
Nineteenth-Century Californio Narratives: The Hubert H. Bancroft Collection / Rosaura Sanchez 279
The Articulation of Gender in the Mexican Borderlands, 1900-1915 / Clara Lomas 293
The UCLA Bibliographic Survey of Mexican-American Literary Culture, 1821-1945: An Overview / Ramon Gutierrez 309
Contributors 315
Additional Authors: Gutiérrez, Ramón A., 1951-
Padilla, Genaro M., 1949-
Notes: LCCN: 92045114
ISBN: 1558851399 (v. 2)
ISBN: 1558850635 (v. 1)
ISBN: 1558850589 (v. 1 : trade pbk.)
Vol. 2: Edited by Erlinda Gonzales-Berry and Chuck Tatum; v. 3. edited by Maria Herrera-Sobek and Virginia Sanchez Korrol
Includes bibliographical references
Contents: Mexican-American literature : an overview / Raymund A. Paredes -- Puerto Rican literature in the United States : stages and perspectives / Juan Flores -- Cuban literature of the United States : 1824-1959 / Rodolfo J. Cortina -- Truth-telling tongues : early Chicano poetry / Luis Leal -- A socio-historic study of Hispanic newspapers in the United States / Nicolás Kanellos -- Two texts for a new canon : Vicente Bernal's Las primicias and Felipe Maximiliano Chacón's Poesiá y prosa / Erlinda Gonzales-Berry -- Recovering Mexican-American autobiography / Genaro M. Padilla -- The building of a community : Puerto Rican writers and activists in New York City (1890s-1960s) / Edna Acosta-Belén -- Some considerations on genres and chronology for nineteenth-century Hispanic literature / Charles Tatum --
Contents: Canon formation and Chicano literature / María Herrera-Sobek -- Po(l)etics of reconstructing and/or appropriating a literary past : the regional case model / Francisco A. Lomelí -- Nationalism and literary production : the Hispanic and Chicano experiences / Ramón A. Gutiérrez -- Hispanic literature : the colonial period / José B. Fernández -- Memory, language and voice of Mestiza women on the northern frontier : historical documents as literary text / Antonia I. Castañeda -- Nineteenth-century Californio narratives : the Hubert H. Bancroft Collection / Rosaura Sánchez -- The articulation of gender in the Mexican borderlands, 1900-1915 / Clara Lomas -- The UCLA bibliographic survey of Mexican-American literary culture, 1821-1945 : an overview / Ramón A. Gutiérrez
Contents: v. 4. Conquista o compra? Dos interpretaciones del Tratado de Guadalupe Hidalgo / Luis Leal -- Cronica de una guerra anunciada: a critical report about the US press in the Spanish American War (1898) / Alfredo A. Fernandez -- The Rough Ride through empire: "Los Comanches" after 1898 / Curtis Marez -- Una Flor En La Sombra: A critical edition of the complete works of Virginia Pena de Bordas / Daisy Cocco De Filippis -- Remapping the archive: Recovered literature and the deterritorialization of the canon / Thomas J. Kinney -- Anonimo no more: Toward a transnational theory of nineteenth-century poetic practice / Kirsten Silva Gruesz -- South by southwest: Land and community in Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton's The Squatter and the Don and Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo's Historical And Personal Memoirs Relating to Alta California / Vincent Perez -- Alberto O'Farrill y Jesus Colon: Dos cronistas en Nueva York / Alejandro Balestra -- El aspecto carnavalesco en Las Aventuras de Don Chipote, O Cuando Los Pericos Mamen / Gabriela Baeza Ventura -- La Indita de San Luis Gonzaga: War with Spain, faith, and ethnic relations in the evolution of a New Mexican religious ballad / Enrique R. Lamadrid -- Pastoras and Malinches: Women in a traditional folk drama of Laredo, Texas / Norma E. Cantu -- Jovita Gonzalez y su obra folclorico-literaria: Reconstruccion de la historia cultural mexico-americana / Sergio Reyna -- Life and Death along the waterways of South Louisiana: Isleno oral narratives and the hurricane of 1915 / Jeanne L. Gillespie -- Fighting on two fronts: Jose de la Luz Saenz and the language of the Mexican American civil rights movement / Emilio Zamora -- Inscribing Mexican-American modernism in Americo Paredes's George Washington Gomez / Christopher Schedler -- Terms of engagement: Nation or patriarchy in Jovita Gonzalez's and Eve Raleigh's Caballero / John M. Gonzalez -- Auto/ethnography and the politics of recovery: Narrative anxiety in the borderlands of culture / Sonja Z. Perez
King copy of volume 8 purchased with monies from the Robert B. Sinclair Library Collections Fund
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23 cm
Donation Info: Donor : Sinclair, Robert B
OCLC Number: 27224177
ISBN/ISSN: 1558851399
1558850635
1558850589

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