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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: The Labor of Value in Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Literary Discourse Part One: Canonical Leanings: Divisions Chapter One: Rolando Hinojosa: I Reflect the Way Valleyites Act and React (1990) 000 Chapter Two: Arturo Islas: I Don't Like Labels and Categories (1990) 000 Chapter Three: Erlinda Gonz les-Berry: On the New Mexican Borderlands (1993) 000 Part Two: Canonical Spacings: Mestiza Consciousness Chapter Four: Gloria Anzaldúa: The Author Never Existed (1990) 000 Chapter Five: Ana Castillo: Two Interviews (1990, 1991) 000 Chapter Six: Sandra Cisneros: Two Interviews (1990, 1991) 000 Chapter Seven: Pat Mora: I Was Always at Home in Language (1999) 000 Part Three: Res Publica(e): Horizons Chapter Eight: Richard Rodriguez: I Don't Think I Exist (2000) 000 Chapter Nine: Demetria Martínez: To Speak as Global Citizens (2003) 000 Chapter Ten: Kathleen Alcal : To Tell the Counternarratives (2003) 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Mexican American authors -- Interviews.
Authors, American -- 20th century -- Interviews.
American literature -- Mexican American authors -- History and criticism.
Mexican Americans in literature.
Mexican Americans -- Ethnic identity.