Latino Dreams: Transcultural Traffic and the U.S. National Imaginary

Latino Dreams: Transcultural Traffic and the U.S. National Imaginary

Latino Dreams: Transcultural Traffic and the U.S. National Imaginary

Latino Dreams: Transcultural Traffic and the U.S. National Imaginary

Synopsis

A welcome addition to the fields of Latino and (trans-)American cultural and literary studies, Latino Dreams focuses on a selection of Latino narratives, published between the mid-1980s and the mid-1990s, that may be said to traffic in the U.S.A.'s attendant myths and governing cultural logics. The selection includes novels by authors who have received little academic attention along with underattended texts from more renowned writers.
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