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by Tomas Rivera

eBook Y No Se Lo Trago La Tierra [Edition Espanol] (Spanish Edition) download ISBN: 1558851518
Author: Tomas Rivera
Publisher: Arte Publico Press (October 22, 2003)
Language: Spanish
Pages: 115
ePub: 1317 kb
Fb2: 1384 kb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: lrf mbr azw lit
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Geography and Cultures

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. y no se lo trago la tierra, in the original Spanish, is Tomas Rivera's classic novel about a Mexican-American family s life as migrant workers during the 1950s.

Rivera keeps his poetry strictly leashed, only permitting it to flash out in service of quite horrible moments: the heat, the mother's terror, the warped couple, the burning house. But as we read on, there's this sense that the other shoe is going to drop, that the innate promise of poetry is going to transcend the material.

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this book is awesome. its translated to english, so when you& finished reading it in spanish you can re-read it in english.

y no se lo trag la tierra.

I tell you, God could care less about the poor. Tell me, why must we live here like this? What have we done to deserve this? You’re so good and yet you suffer so much, a young boy tells his mother in Tomás Rivera’s classic novel about the migrant worker experience. y no se lo trag la tierra. This book is funded in part by grants from the city of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance. Recovering the past, creating the future. University of Houston Arte Pblico Press 4902 Gulf Fwy, Bldg 19, Rm 100 Houston, Texas 77204-2004.

And the Earth Did Not Devour Him. It is made up of fourteen short stories and thirteen vignettes. The novel presents stories that center around a community of South Texan Mexican American migrant farm workers during the late 1940s and early 1950s. The novel begins with the short story "A Lost Year", in which an unnamed male protagonist cannot seem to remember what occurred during the previous year

Y no se lo tragó la tierra.

Top. American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Y no se lo tragó la tierra. by. Rivera, Tomás, 1935-1984; Vigil-Piñón, Evangelina.

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...y no se lo trago la tierra, in the original Spanish, is Tomas Rivera's classic novel about a Mexican-American family s life as migrant workers during the 1950s, as seen through the eyes of a young boy. Exploited by farmers, shopkeepers and even fellow Mexican Americans, the boy must forge his self identity in the face of exploitation, death and disease constant moving and conflicts with school officials....y no se lo trago la tierra is the epic tale of a proud and indomitable people who must face powerful socio-economic forces....y no se lo trago la tierra is now an award-winning, major motion picture entitled And the Earth Did Not Swallow Him.
Comments: (7)
Marilore
This was my first reading of any work by this author-POWERFUL! Such excellent insights into the Mexican culture. Beautiful and delicate.
Qus
Innovative. Rich introspection of the immigrant experience. Written in a new language that results of the crossbreeding of Spanish and English languages.
Fegelv
...y no se lo tragó la tierra is incredible. It reads somewhat like prose poetry; conceptually based on the cyclical events of migrants' calendar year. You will laugh, cry and be inspired by the beauty and honesty of the story's prose. Rivera conveys hope, innocence and determined spirit in the story's perspective. MUST READ.
Bludworm
Came as expected. Great quality.
Rindyt
had to read for a college comparative literature class. loved the book. very well written and the stories are very developed on their own, even though they are connected
Dagdalas
Great story a must read for kids
AGAD
Como latina me identifique mucho con este libro ya que de una u otra forma he pasado por situaciones parecidas... este libro es magico te lleva a lugares desconocidos y te hace apreciar nuestra historia y valorar a los demas tal y como somos
This book is fascinating and disturbing, short but dense, dark and hopeful, current, and relevant. I like having it in both Spanish and English because things get lost in translation.