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by Lori M. Carlson

eBook Barrio Streets, Carnival Dreams : Three Generations of Latino Artistry download ISBN: 0788157825
Author: Lori M. Carlson
Publisher: Henry Holt & Co. (October 1, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 127
ePub: 1602 kb
Fb2: 1742 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary

This homage to Latino American artistry is, at the same time, a history of Latinos in this century. With wit and memory, this varied collection of portraits, moments and culturally specific images combine to explore the lives and visions of Latinas/os.

This homage to Latino American artistry is, at the same time, a history of Latinos in this century.

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by Lori Marie Carlson. An eclectic, sophisticated, often emotionally charged collection of poetry, essays, memoirs, sketches, paintings, & photographs from Latino artists.

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An homage to Latino American artistry that is also a history of Latinos in this century. In three sections composed of memoirs, essays, poems, drawings, & photographs, Carlson shows how distinct generations of Latinos have passed on their heritage to the future. Featuring more than 25 authors & artists, including: Susan Lowell, Agassiz Fuertes, Oscar Hijuelos, Felipe Galindo, Rosie Perez, Jaime Hernandez, & many others. This book celebrates the different experiences -- as well as the dynamic, complex, & ever-changing history -- of Spanish-speaking people in 20th-century America.