Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage, Հատոր 4
This historic fourth volume of articles represents the finished, re-worked product of the biennial conferences of recovery, providing theoretical and practical approaches, and critical studies on specific texts. Jose Aranda and Silvio Torres-Saillant's introduction conceptualizes and unifies a broad historical swath that encompasses the Spanish and English-language expression of Hispanic natives, immigrants and exiles from the colonial period to 1960.
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Էջ 101 - But these [events] , as well as the blight, spread over Southern California, and over the entire Southern States, are historical facts. All of which, strung together, would make a brilliant and most appropriate chaplet to encircle the lofty brow of the great and powerful monopoly. Our representatives in Congress, and in the State Legislature, knowing full well the will of the people, ought to legislate accordingly. If they do not, then we shall — as Channing said 'kiss the foot that tramples us!
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