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The House on Mango Street and La Casa en Mango Street



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The House on Mango Street and La Casa en Mango Street


Alfred A.Knopf

PS 3553 .I78 H6 1991 and PS 3553 .I78 H618 1994

Cisneros depicts the poverty, racism, and joy of a Chicago Latino neighborhood in this story of a young girl, her family, and friends.
Clark, Walter Aaron, ed.

From Tejano to Tango: Latin American Popular Music

Garland Publishing

ML 3475 .F76 2002

Clark has combined the work of music scholars with that of social scientists, believing in the social and political significance of popular culture. Topics include popular images, politics, music, identity construction related to the music of Argentina and Nicaragua, gender issues. It also discusses the melding of folk music with international genres into a social protest form, the effects of a growing middle class on popular music, the spread of musical idioms, and the effects of Hollywood relative to the music of Brazil and Peru.


Cohen, Morton N.



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