The Resource In other words : literature by Latinas of the United States, edited by Roberta Fernandez ; with foreword by Jean Franco

In other words : literature by Latinas of the United States, edited by Roberta Fernandez ; with foreword by Jean Franco

Label
In other words : literature by Latinas of the United States
Title
In other words
Title remainder
literature by Latinas of the United States
Statement of responsibility
edited by Roberta Fernandez ; with foreword by Jean Franco
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • engspa
  • eng
Summary
A collection of fiction, poetry, drama, and essays written by forty-five Latina writers of the United States, arranged by genre, and including brief biographical information about each author
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810.8/0868
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS508.H57
LC item number
I5 1994
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Fernández, Roberta
  • Franco, Jean
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  • American literature
  • Hispanic American literature (Spanish)
  • Hispanic American women
  • Hispanic Americans
  • American literature
  • Literatura estadounidense
  • Literatura hispanoestadounidense (Español)
  • Mujeres hispanoestadounidenses
  • Hispanoestadounidenses
  • Literatura estadounidense
  • Literatura hispanoamericana
  • Mujeres hispanoamericanas como autoras
  • Autores hispanoamericanos
  • Literatura americana
  • Literatur
  • Lateinamerikanerin
  • Schriftstellerin
  • Hispanoamerika
  • USA
Label
In other words : literature by Latinas of the United States, edited by Roberta Fernandez ; with foreword by Jean Franco
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
English and Spanish
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 533-545)
Contents
  • Family members in the dark room;
  • Over a baroque portal: the meow of the offspring;
  • The obligatory verse;
  • On the altars of Tikal
  • Iraida Iturralde
  • Epitaph;
  • All body and no soul;
  • From between our legs;
  • For women who need strength
  • Natashia Lopez
  • Ms. Bourgeois;
  • Ritual de mis senos;
  • The angel of the millennium (accident at the nuclear plant)
  • Olga Elena Mattei
  • Mi Madre;
  • The eye of Texas;
  • Curandera;
  • Tigua elder;
  • Picturesque: San Cristobal de las Casas;
  • La Dulceria;
  • Dona Feliciana;
  • Tornade;
  • Ritual of my breasts;
  • The young Sor Juana;
  • Mothers and daughters
  • Pat Mora
  • Anima;
  • La Llorona;
  • Hesitations;
  • No shelter;
  • El Salvador;
  • Good Friday
  • Naomi Quinonez
  • Mis pies;
  • Antepasados/ancestors;
  • Lolita Lebron;
  • Multi-media witch;
  • Woman pirate;
  • International woman's day
  • Nina Serrano
  • Right in one language;
  • MotherMother;
  • Naci la hija;
  • Marked;
  • My feet;
  • Alli por la Calle San Luis;
  • Woman-hole;
  • In Guatemala
  • Carmen Tafolla
  • To a beautiful illusion/Bella ilusion (danza);
  • Elliot's sunset;
  • For Ellen
  • Luz Maria Umpierre
  • Divorce;
  • Latchkey kid;
  • Los zapatos rojos;
  • At my father's funeral;
  • Cry uncle;
  • Legend of the Flamboyan;
  • Commonwealth, common poverty;
  • Faith
  • Gloria Vando
  • April;
  • June;
  • October;
  • December;
  • The red shoes;
  • Abril;
  • Junio;
  • Octubre;
  • Diciembre
  • Anita Velez Mitchell
  • Entering;
  • The origin of weaving;
  • Precarious;
  • Poncho: ritual dress;
  • De Palabrarmas;
  • La mesa de billar en New Bedford, Massachusetts;
  • From Palabrarmas
  • Cecilia Vicuna
  • El Mercado en San Antonio where the tourists trot;
  • Legacy;
  • Daily progress;
  • Equinox;
  • Omniscience
  • Evangelina Vigil-Pinon
  • An act of creation;
  • Trust;
  • The pool table in New Bedford, Massachusetts;
  • Indian summer ritual
  • Alma Luz Villanueva
  • Abortion;
  • Perverted villanelle
  • Marie Elise Wheatwind
  • Above Aguilar;
  • Shade;
  • Summer's rage;
  • Open gate;
  • Peatmoss;
  • Estados Unidos;
  • Original seeding;
  • Piles of sublime;
  • A willing abdication;
  • Our instructions
  • Bernice Zamora -- Part Two, Essay:
  • La Conciencia de la mestiza/towards a new consciousness
  • Gloria Anzaldua
  • (Re)vision of an American journey /
  • Roberta Fernandez
  • Art in America con acento
  • Part One, Poetry:
  • United States
  • Cherrie Moraga
  • Silent dancing
  • Judith Ortiz Cofer -- Part Three, Fiction: From
  • Paradise
  • Elena Castedo -- From
  • Eulogy for a brown angel /
  • Lucha Corpi
  • Margarita
  • Beatriz de la Garza
  • Buenaventura and the fifteen sisters;
  • Marjorie Agosin
  • Cimarron
  • Margarita Engle
  • Three day flight
  • Paula Maria Espinosa
  • Zulema
  • Roberta Fernandez
  • Marta del Angel
  • Linda Feyder
  • Cimarrona
  • Alicia Gaspar de Alba
  • Katakalos;
  • A day in New York
  • Nora Glickman
  • A remedy for heartburn
  • Aurora Levins Morales -- From
  • In search of Bernabe
  • Graciela Limon
  • "Happy birthday"
  • Nicholasa Mohr
  • Monologue of the Spanish gentleman
  • Judith Ortiz Cofer
  • The history of abuse, a language poem;
  • "Green? or Red?"
  • Mary Helen Ponce
  • The burning
  • Estela Portillo Trambley
  • And this blue surrounding me again
  • Bessy Reyna
  • Growing;
  • The moths
  • Helena Maria Viramontes -- Part Four, Drama:
  • Beautiful senoritas
  • Keeping the vigil;
  • Dolores Prida -- Bibliography -- Translators, artists and critic -- Permissions
  • A vision of La Llorona
  • Rosemary Catacalos
  • Poem for the young white man who asked me how I, an intelligent, well-read person could believe in the War between the Races;
  • Beneath the shadow of the freeway;
  • For Virginia Chavez;
  • My mother pieced quilts;
  • Astro-no-mia;
  • Pleiades from the cables of genocide
  • Lorna Dee Cervantes
  • Romance negro;
  • Dark romance;
  • Los poemas de Marina, I.
  • Marina Madre, II.
  • Marina Virgen, III.
  • La hija del diablo, IV.
  • Ella (Marina ausente);
  • I should be trying to start some new begonia plants;
  • The Marina Poems, I.
  • Marina mother, II.
  • Marina virgin, III.
  • The devil's daughter, IV.
  • She (Marina Distant);
  • Dos;
  • Diecisiete;
  • Voces;
  • Two;
  • Seventeen;
  • For Matisse;
  • Voices
  • Lucha Corpi
  • Poet;
  • A language of survival;
  • Porcupine love;
  • Heart pieces;
  • El Beso
  • Veronica Cunningham
  • To Walt Whitman;
  • A Walt Whitman;
  • Untitled;
  • Arise, chicano!;
  • Tonantzin Morena;
  • "Si amas, perdona-si no amas, olivada ... ";
  • Una manana cualquiera;
  • Lo inaceptable;
  • One ordinary morning;
  • On the unacceptable;
  • Invention of the camel
  • Angela de Hoyos
  • Snapshots in an album;
  • Museum pieces
  • Where childhood lives;
  • Translation;
  • The ballad of San Isidro;
  • You call me by old names;
  • Bodega
  • Rhina Espaillat
  • Autobiography of a Nuyorican;
  • Love affair with a welfare hotel;
  • Sistas;
  • Raising eyebrows;
  • Teresa Palomo Acosta
  • Amor negro;
  • Gringolandia;
  • Ocha;
  • Poem to my therapist;
  • Religious instructions for young casualties
  • Sandra Maria Esteves
  • A stranger came;
  • Mutation comes by water;
  • Last port;
  • This, my last thought
  • Familiares en la pieza oscura;
  • Lourdes Gil
  • Hell's kitchen;
  • A visit to west New York;
  • Dear Tia;
  • On the last stretch of the journey;
  • For a sister here
  • Carolina Hospital
  • A fragile heritage;
  • The man who saved the fish;
  • Rite of passage;
Extent
1 online resource (xxxvii, 554 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035678004
Label
In other words : literature by Latinas of the United States, edited by Roberta Fernandez ; with foreword by Jean Franco
Link
Publication
Note
English and Spanish
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 533-545)
Contents
  • Family members in the dark room;
  • Over a baroque portal: the meow of the offspring;
  • The obligatory verse;
  • On the altars of Tikal
  • Iraida Iturralde
  • Epitaph;
  • All body and no soul;
  • From between our legs;
  • For women who need strength
  • Natashia Lopez
  • Ms. Bourgeois;
  • Ritual de mis senos;
  • The angel of the millennium (accident at the nuclear plant)
  • Olga Elena Mattei
  • Mi Madre;
  • The eye of Texas;
  • Curandera;
  • Tigua elder;
  • Picturesque: San Cristobal de las Casas;
  • La Dulceria;
  • Dona Feliciana;
  • Tornade;
  • Ritual of my breasts;
  • The young Sor Juana;
  • Mothers and daughters
  • Pat Mora
  • Anima;
  • La Llorona;
  • Hesitations;
  • No shelter;
  • El Salvador;
  • Good Friday
  • Naomi Quinonez
  • Mis pies;
  • Antepasados/ancestors;
  • Lolita Lebron;
  • Multi-media witch;
  • Woman pirate;
  • International woman's day
  • Nina Serrano
  • Right in one language;
  • MotherMother;
  • Naci la hija;
  • Marked;
  • My feet;
  • Alli por la Calle San Luis;
  • Woman-hole;
  • In Guatemala
  • Carmen Tafolla
  • To a beautiful illusion/Bella ilusion (danza);
  • Elliot's sunset;
  • For Ellen
  • Luz Maria Umpierre
  • Divorce;
  • Latchkey kid;
  • Los zapatos rojos;
  • At my father's funeral;
  • Cry uncle;
  • Legend of the Flamboyan;
  • Commonwealth, common poverty;
  • Faith
  • Gloria Vando
  • April;
  • June;
  • October;
  • December;
  • The red shoes;
  • Abril;
  • Junio;
  • Octubre;
  • Diciembre
  • Anita Velez Mitchell
  • Entering;
  • The origin of weaving;
  • Precarious;
  • Poncho: ritual dress;
  • De Palabrarmas;
  • La mesa de billar en New Bedford, Massachusetts;
  • From Palabrarmas
  • Cecilia Vicuna
  • El Mercado en San Antonio where the tourists trot;
  • Legacy;
  • Daily progress;
  • Equinox;
  • Omniscience
  • Evangelina Vigil-Pinon
  • An act of creation;
  • Trust;
  • The pool table in New Bedford, Massachusetts;
  • Indian summer ritual
  • Alma Luz Villanueva
  • Abortion;
  • Perverted villanelle
  • Marie Elise Wheatwind
  • Above Aguilar;
  • Shade;
  • Summer's rage;
  • Open gate;
  • Peatmoss;
  • Estados Unidos;
  • Original seeding;
  • Piles of sublime;
  • A willing abdication;
  • Our instructions
  • Bernice Zamora -- Part Two, Essay:
  • La Conciencia de la mestiza/towards a new consciousness
  • Gloria Anzaldua
  • (Re)vision of an American journey /
  • Roberta Fernandez
  • Art in America con acento
  • Part One, Poetry:
  • United States
  • Cherrie Moraga
  • Silent dancing
  • Judith Ortiz Cofer -- Part Three, Fiction: From
  • Paradise
  • Elena Castedo -- From
  • Eulogy for a brown angel /
  • Lucha Corpi
  • Margarita
  • Beatriz de la Garza
  • Buenaventura and the fifteen sisters;
  • Marjorie Agosin
  • Cimarron
  • Margarita Engle
  • Three day flight
  • Paula Maria Espinosa
  • Zulema
  • Roberta Fernandez
  • Marta del Angel
  • Linda Feyder
  • Cimarrona
  • Alicia Gaspar de Alba
  • Katakalos;
  • A day in New York
  • Nora Glickman
  • A remedy for heartburn
  • Aurora Levins Morales -- From
  • In search of Bernabe
  • Graciela Limon
  • "Happy birthday"
  • Nicholasa Mohr
  • Monologue of the Spanish gentleman
  • Judith Ortiz Cofer
  • The history of abuse, a language poem;
  • "Green? or Red?"
  • Mary Helen Ponce
  • The burning
  • Estela Portillo Trambley
  • And this blue surrounding me again
  • Bessy Reyna
  • Growing;
  • The moths
  • Helena Maria Viramontes -- Part Four, Drama:
  • Beautiful senoritas
  • Keeping the vigil;
  • Dolores Prida -- Bibliography -- Translators, artists and critic -- Permissions
  • A vision of La Llorona
  • Rosemary Catacalos
  • Poem for the young white man who asked me how I, an intelligent, well-read person could believe in the War between the Races;
  • Beneath the shadow of the freeway;
  • For Virginia Chavez;
  • My mother pieced quilts;
  • Astro-no-mia;
  • Pleiades from the cables of genocide
  • Lorna Dee Cervantes
  • Romance negro;
  • Dark romance;
  • Los poemas de Marina, I.
  • Marina Madre, II.
  • Marina Virgen, III.
  • La hija del diablo, IV.
  • Ella (Marina ausente);
  • I should be trying to start some new begonia plants;
  • The Marina Poems, I.
  • Marina mother, II.
  • Marina virgin, III.
  • The devil's daughter, IV.
  • She (Marina Distant);
  • Dos;
  • Diecisiete;
  • Voces;
  • Two;
  • Seventeen;
  • For Matisse;
  • Voices
  • Lucha Corpi
  • Poet;
  • A language of survival;
  • Porcupine love;
  • Heart pieces;
  • El Beso
  • Veronica Cunningham
  • To Walt Whitman;
  • A Walt Whitman;
  • Untitled;
  • Arise, chicano!;
  • Tonantzin Morena;
  • "Si amas, perdona-si no amas, olivada ... ";
  • Una manana cualquiera;
  • Lo inaceptable;
  • One ordinary morning;
  • On the unacceptable;
  • Invention of the camel
  • Angela de Hoyos
  • Snapshots in an album;
  • Museum pieces
  • Where childhood lives;
  • Translation;
  • The ballad of San Isidro;
  • You call me by old names;
  • Bodega
  • Rhina Espaillat
  • Autobiography of a Nuyorican;
  • Love affair with a welfare hotel;
  • Sistas;
  • Raising eyebrows;
  • Teresa Palomo Acosta
  • Amor negro;
  • Gringolandia;
  • Ocha;
  • Poem to my therapist;
  • Religious instructions for young casualties
  • Sandra Maria Esteves
  • A stranger came;
  • Mutation comes by water;
  • Last port;
  • This, my last thought
  • Familiares en la pieza oscura;
  • Lourdes Gil
  • Hell's kitchen;
  • A visit to west New York;
  • Dear Tia;
  • On the last stretch of the journey;
  • For a sister here
  • Carolina Hospital
  • A fragile heritage;
  • The man who saved the fish;
  • Rite of passage;
Extent
1 online resource (xxxvii, 554 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035678004

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