The first comprehensive collection of short stories written in Spanish by Hispanic authors of the U.S., including the full range of cultural expressions from Cuban American, Mexican American, Puerto Rican and other Hispanic authors.
Edited by Julián Olivares
Publication Date: 1998
Bind: Trade Paperback
Categories: Author, Author Origin, Mexican-American, Alfredo Villanueva-Collado, Andres Berger, Elias Miguel Munoz, Juan Armando Epple, Julián Olivares, Luis F. Gonzalez-Cruz, Lydia Veles-Roman, Pablo La Rosa, Rima de Vallbona, Roberta Fernández, Roberto Fernández, Rolando Hinojosa, Rosaura Sanchez, Sabine R. Ulibarri, Spanish Titles, Tomás Rivera, Anthologies Tags: Angela McEwan-Alvarado, Julian Olivares
JULIÁN OLIVARES is a professor of Spanish at the University of Houston.
Learn more by visiting his faculty page.
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