Mexico and the Hispanic Southwest in American literature by Cecil Robinson

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In his groundbreaking work With the Ears of Strangers, Robinson presented a definitive documentation of the stereotype of the Mexican in American literature. This revision extends the scope to Chicano literature in “a book which should be read by every person wishing to gain a better understanding of the ‘American’ Southwest. There is not a better introduction to the subject.”–Western American Literature

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