Lorna Dee Cervantes is a pivotal figure throughout the Chicano literary movement and this book gathers 30 yearsa worth of essays and articles about her as well as interviews with her. A fifth-generation Californian of Mexican and Native American (Chumasch) heritage, Cervantes is widely considered one of the most important Latina poets who drew tremendous power from her struggles in the literary and political trenches. This work explores the boundaries between language and experience and features a new collection of poems by the dynamic poet.This essaya#39;s subtitle, aReading the Multiple Centers of Chicana Poetics, a differentiates itself from the aEyesa qua aAysa of the titlea#39;s first half by drawing ... female experiences, histories, intertextualities, and identitiesareferred to elsewhere as the subjectivities of the awild zonea (Candelaria aWild Zonea). The intersecting subjectivities of Chicana identity comprise many centers of consciousnessafor exampleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Stunned Into Being|
|Author||:||Eliza Rodriguez y Gibson|
|Publisher||:||Wings Press (TX) - 2012-01|