Literature as history : autobiography, testimonio, and the novel in the Chicano and Latino experience /
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Literature as history : autobiography, testimonio, and the novel in the Chicano and Latino experience /

Literature as History represents a unique way to rethink history. Mario T. García, a leader in the field of Chicano history and one of the foremost historian of his generation, explores how Chicano historians can use Chicano and Latino literature as important historical sources.

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Main Author: García, Mario T. (Author)
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 2016.
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Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgments ; Introduction: Literature as History ; Part I. Autobiography and Testimonio ; 1. The Historian as Autobiographer: Ramón Eduardo Ruiz Urueta's Memories of a Hyphenated Man
  • 4. Americanization, Ethnicity, and Sexuality: The Triple Consciousness of Richard Rodriguez and John Rechy 5. Beyond Chicanismo: Gendered Transitions and Central American Women's Autobiographies ; Part II. The Novel
  • 8. ¡Raza Sí! ¡Guerra No!: A Historical Perspective on the Chicano Antiwar Movement in Stella Pope Duarte's Let Their Spirits Dance Epilogue ; Notes ; Index