Description - The Mixquiahuala Letters by Ana Castillo
The first novel by the noted Chicana poet, this is an epistolary novel in the tradition of Cortozor's "Hopscotch." It focuses on the friendship between two strong and fiercely independent Hispanic women and examines Mexican and Hispanic forms of love and gender conflict and the role thal female friendships play within it.
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(207mm x 136mm x 26mm)
Publisher: Bilingual Press,U.S.
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Author Biography - Ana Castillo
Ana Castillo is also the author of So Far from God, which received a 1993 Carl Sandburg Award and the Southwestern Booksellers Award, numerous poetry collections, including My Father Was a Toltec, and a critical work on Latina writing, Massacre of the Dreamers. She lives in Chicago, Illinois.