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Se Habla Espanol/spanish Spoken Here Voces Latinas En USA Edmundo Paz Soldan Paperback spanish 9781581056761 SANTILLANA USA FICTION BOOKS
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Se Habla Espanol/spanish Spoken Here - Voces Latinas En USA - Edmundo Paz Soldan - Paperback - spanish - 9781581056761

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Gathers stories by Latin American authors about the United States, its society, and its culture, as seen by Spanish-speaking visitors, immigrants, and residents.

Academic Level : Scholarly/Undergraduate
Author : Edmundo Paz Soldan, Alberto Fuguet
Binding : Paperback
BISAC Subject : Fiction / General
Book Type : FICTION
Dewey : 863/.0108868
Language : SPANISH
LCCN : BL2001001327
Library Subject : 20th century, Fiction, Hispanic American fiction (Spanish), Hispanic Americans, Short stories, Hispanic American (Spanish), Short stories, Spanish American, Spanish American fiction, Spanish Americans, United States
Pages : 386, 386 p. ;
Place of Publication : United States
Publication Date : 02/01/2000

Editorial Reviews
Source: Cahners
Publication: Criticas Reviews - Criticas Reviews 2001 Spring
Review: There was a time when exotic locations found in stories by Manuel Puig, Gabriel Garc�a M�rquez, and Isabel Allende novels were exciting to U.S. readers. But now the tables have turned. Latin Americans want to read about foreign places like Denny's, New York's El Barrio, and East L.A. This collection features the works of well-known writers such as Junot D�az, Mayra Santos-Febres, Ilan Stavans, and Ernesto Qui�onez. While based in Ithaca, NY, Edmundo Paz Sold�n and Alberto Fuguet gathered essays from some of the most recognized U.S. Latino voices into one collection, including essays in their original Spanish, in translations from English, and in the now omnipresent Spanglish. The short stories are broken up into sections corresponding to U.S. regions, with titles such as "Welcome to Miami," "California Dreamin'," and "New York, New York." Through this format, the reader is able to navigate the vast cultural differences among Latino experiences. The story that will surely garner the most attention is Junot D�az's "Instrucciones para citas con trigue�as, negras, blancas o mulatas" ("How To Date a Brown Girl, Black Girl, White Girl, or Halfie"), which introduced the art of Spanglish to the mainstream when it was originally published in The New Yorker. It's not an easy task to translate D�az's story about a Dominican teen coming of age in New Jersey, known for its East Coast street poetics and slang, but translator Eduardo Largo is able to relay his comical posturing quite smoothly. Other entries worth reading are Silvana Paternostro's sarcastically chilling essay, "Northern Ladies," about the fad of revirginizing oneself through clitoral surgery in the hope of marrying in Queens, NY, and Ernesto Qui�onez's mysterious tale, "El ni�o blanco" ("The White Baby"), about an urban legend in an El Barrio botanica. By acquainting themselves with these quirky stories, the South will learn that the North, with all its complexities, is speaking espa�ol in ever-growing numbers. Recommended for public and academic libraries and all booksellers. Adriana Lopez, "Cr�ticas" Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.


Source: Cahners
Publication: Publishers Weekly Reviews
Review: There was a time when exotic locations found in stories by Manuel Puig, Gabriel Garc�a M�rquez, and Isabel Allende novels were exciting to U.S. readers. But now the tables have turned. Latin Americans want to read about foreign places like Denny's, New York's El Barrio, and East L.A. This collection features the works of well-known writers such as Junot D�az, Mayra Santos-Febres, Ilan Stavans, and Ernesto Qui�onez. While based in Ithaca, NY, Edmundo Paz Sold�n and Alberto Fuguet gathered essays from some of the most recognized U.S. Latino voices into one collection, including essays in their original Spanish, in translations from English, and in the now omnipresent Spanglish. The short stories are broken up into sections corresponding to U.S. regions, with titles such as "Welcome to Miami," "California Dreamin'," and "New York, New York." Through this format, the reader is able to navigate the vast cultural differences among Latino experiences. The story that will surely garner the most attention is Junot D�az's "Instrucciones para citas con trigue�as, negras, blancas o mulatas" ("How To Date a Brown Girl, Black Girl, White Girl, or Halfie"), which introduced the art of Spanglish to the mainstream when it was originally published in The New Yorker. It's not an easy task to translate D�az's story about a Dominican teen coming of age in New Jersey, known for its East Coast street poetics and slang, but translator Eduardo Largo is able to relay his comical posturing quite smoothly. Other entries worth reading are Silvana Paternostro's sarcastically chilling essay, "Northern Ladies," about the fad of revirginizing oneself through clitoral surgery in the hope of marrying in Queens, NY, and Ernesto Qui�onez's mysterious tale, "El ni�o blanco" ("The White Baby"), about an urban legend in an El Barrio botanica. By acquainting themselves with these quirky stories, the South will learn that the North, with all its complexities, is speaking espa�ol in ever-growing numbers. Recommended for public and academic libraries and all booksellers. Adriana Lopez, "Cr�ticas" Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.

Table of Contents
Prologo 11(12)
Welcome to Miami 23(28)
Las palmeras detras
25(10)
Ronaldo Menendez
Pequeno diccionario Spanglish ilustrado
35(16)
Gustavo Escanlar
Southern Comfort 51(26)
Faulkner
53(8)
Edmundo Paz Soldan
Flores
61(8)
Mario Bellatin
Todas las mujeres son galgos
69(8)
Sergio Galarza
South by Southwest 77(32)
Esperando en el Lost and Found
79(10)
Santiago Vaquera-Vazquez
Santa Fe
89(6)
Alejandra Costamagna
Nostalgia de la bomba
95(8)
Mauricio Montiel Figueiras
El silbido
103(6)
Rosina Conde
California Dreamin' 109(40)
Mas estrellas que en el cielo
111(12)
Alberto Fuguet
Nosotros hubieramos querido que ella fuera eterna
123(12)
Ivan Thays
Desiertos tan amargos
135(6)
Ignacio Padilla
La manera correcta de citar
141(8)
Pablo Brescia
Central Standard Time 149(62)
El pasado
151(10)
Martin Rejtman
Chichicastenango Supermarket
161(8)
Ricardo Armijo
Seven veces siete
169(8)
Francisco Pina
Angel de la guarda
177(12)
Alfredo Sepulveda
We're not in Kansas Anymore
189(12)
Julio Villanueva Chang
American Dream
201(10)
Celso Santajuliana
Look Eastward, Angel 211(54)
Teoria de juegos
213(16)
Jorge Volpi
Instrucciones para citas con triguenas, negras, blancas o mulatas
229(8)
Junot Diaz
Ultraje
237(12)
Alvaro Enrigue
»Estoy rezando por tu salvacion«
249(8)
Ricardo Chavez Castaneda
El interprete
257(8)
Jordi Soler
New York, New York 265(100)
Northern Ladies
267(14)
Silvana Paternostro
El nino blanco
281(10)
Ernesto Quinonez
Micos en el polo
291(8)
Jorge Franco Ramos
Tren
299(6)
Mayra Santos-Febres
Xerox Man
305(10)
Ilan Stavans
Naufrago
315(4)
Homero Carvalho
El hombre en el hombro de la hembra
319(8)
Roberto Quesada
El continente de los elogios
327(10)
Naief Yehya
Tijeretazos
337(8)
Lina Meruane
La nina que no tuve
345(6)
Rodrigo Rey Rosa
No quiero quedarme sola y vacia
351(14)
Angel Lozada
Blow Up
365
Giannina Braschi

 

 
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