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- Penguin Group US 1999; US$ 16.00
Tome is a small, outwardly sleepy hamlet in central New Mexico. In Ana Castillo's hands, however, it stands wondrously revealed as a place teeming with life and with all manner of collisions: the past with the present, the real with the supernatural, the comic with the horrific, the Native American with the Latino and the Anglo, and the women with... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2008; US$ 15.00
After several days of waiting and with an ominous phone call from a woman who may be connected to a smuggling ring, Regina and Gabo resolve to find Rafa. Help arrives in the form of Miguel, an amorous, recently divorced history teacher; Miguel?s gregarious abuelo Milton; a couple of Gabo?s gangbanger classmates; and a priest of wayward faith. Though... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2009; US$ 12.95
Mixing the lyrical with the colloquial, the tender with the tough, Ana Castillo has a deserved reputation as one of the country?s most powerful and entrancing novelists, but she began her literary career as a poet of uncompromising commitment and passion. My Father Was a Toltec is the sassy and street-wise collection of poems that established and... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.00
En Carmen la coja , el seductor y exuberante mundo flamenco sirve de telón de fondo para una historia clásica de independencia alcanzada, perdida y reclamada. Como la legendaria gitana de Bizet, Carmen ?La Coja? Santos es apasionada, magnética y a menudo ocurrente. Carmen, una renombrada bailarina flamenca en Chicago a pesar de tener una pierna maltrecha... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 14.00
Cherished for her passionate fiction and exuberant essays, the author hailed by Julia Alvarez as ?una storyteller de primera ,? and by Barbara Kingsolver in The Los Angeles Times as ?impossible to resist,? returns to her first love?poetry?to reveal an unwavering commitment to social justice, and a fervent embrace of the sensual world. With the... more...
- John Benjamins Publishing Company 1981; US$ 158.00
The Argentinian writer Julio Cortázar was clearly influenced by his predecessors John Keats and Edgar Allan Poe. However, to what extent? Which aspects of the two Romantics have been kept and which ones transformed by Cortázar?s imagination? And is there a common bond in the works of Keats and Poe which is also the common denominator for their works?... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2013; US$ 15.95
Una ilustradora colección de escritos en torno al icono más grande de la fe latinoamericana, por algunos de los más importantes escritores latinos contemporáneos. Santa patrona de México, diosa maternal, protectora divina, el símbolo de la Virgen de Guadalupe ha sido reverenciado en el mundo entero. En esta colección, Ana Castillo ha reunido ensayos... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2007; US$ 23.00
?The Squatter and the Don, like its author, has come out a survivor,? notes Ana Castillo in her Introduction. ?The fact that it has resurfaced after more than a century from its original publication is a testimony to its worthiness.? Inviting comparison to Uncle Tom?s Cabin , María Amparo Ruiz de Burton?s illuminating political novel is also an... more...
- Penguin Group US 2013; US$ 6.99
The Underdogs Mariano Azuela Ten years after its publication in a small El Paso paper, The Underdogs achieved worldwide renown as the greatest novel of the Mexican Revolution. It tells the story of Demetrio Macías, a modest, peace-loving Indian, who is forced to side with the rebels to save his family. In the course of battle, he becomes... more...