A collection of essays by the critically acclaimed author of Woodcuts of Women explores what it means to be a Mexican-American artist in the literary world at large in his own native Texas borderland, in such works as qMi Mommyq and qMe Macho, You Jane, q as well as other works written for Harper's, NPR's qFresh Air, q and The New Yorker. Reprint.That waitera#39;s come back and is asking me if I want more white or red wine. ... I answer him in Spanish, like talking to him, but I think ita#39;s probably weird and dona#39;t think it feels right in the situation so I say thanks a lot in English when he pours meanbsp;...
|Author||:||Dagoberto Gilb, César Augusto Martínez|
|Publisher||:||Grove Press - 2004-04|