Voicing resistance on the border: A reading of Americo Paredes's George Washington Gomez

Perez, Hector
March 1998
MELUS;Spring98, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p27
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Presents information on the novel `George Washington Gomez,' by Americo Paredes which reveals the cultural disputes along the Texas-Mexico border. Plot development and stylistics of the novel; Information on the Texas-Mexico border; Studies on the work of Paredes.


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