The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Latino Literature, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0313087008
  • ISBN-13: 9780313087004
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1359 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2008 | Published/Released June 2009
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Entries cover individual writers, themes, concepts, genres, historical events and topics, movements, associations and organizations, ethnic and national literatures, and publishers and magazines.

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"This outstanding guide is recommended for all libraries serving a Latino population or supporting the study of Hispanic literature." --Lawrence Looks at Books, December 2008

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Table of Contents

Cover Page.
Half Title.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Guide to Related Topics.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
1: Aboy Benítez, Juan (1876–1901).
2: Academia de la Nueva Raza.
3: Acosta, Iván Mariano (1943–).
4: Acosta, Mercedes de (1893–1968).
5: Acosta, Oscar Zeta (1935–1974).
6: Aesthetic Concepts of Latino Literature.
7: African Roots.
8: Agosín, Marjorie (1955–).
9: Agostini de Del Río, Amelia (1896–1996).
10: Agüeros, Jack (1934–).
11: Aguilar Melantzón, Ricardo (1947–2004).
12: Aguirre y Fierro, Guillermo (1887–1949).
13: Alarcón, Alicia (1953–).
14: Alarcón, Francisco X. (1954–)..
15: Alarcón, Justo (1930–).
16: Albizu Campos, Pedro (1891–1965).
17: Alcalá, Kathleen (1954–).
18: Alegría, Fernando (1918–2005).
19: Alemán Bolaños, Gustavo (1884–?).
20: Alfaro, Luis (1961–).
21: Algarín, Miguel (1941–).
22: Alianza Federal de las Mercedes.
23: Alianza Hispano-Americana.
24: Allende, Isabel (1942–).
25: Allo, Lorenzo (?–1854).
26: Alurista (1947–).
27: Alvarez, Julia (1950–).
28: Alvarez de Toledo y Dubois, José (1779–1858).
29: Ambert, Alba (1946–).
30: Amy, Francisco Javier (1837–1912).
31: Anaya, Rudolfo A. (1937–).
32: Anda, Diane de (1943–).
33: Anders, Gigi (1957–).
34: Anzaldúa, Gloria (1942–2004).
35: Arce, Julio G. (1870–1926).
36: Arce, Miguel (Manuel) (?–?).
37: Areíto.
38: Arellano, Juan Esteban (1947–).
39: Arenas, Reinaldo (1943–1990).
40: Argüelles, Iván (1939–).
41: Argueta, Jorge (1981–).
42: Arias, Arturo (1950–).
43: Arias, Ron (1941–).
44: Armand, Octavio Rafael (1946–).
45: Armiño, Franca de (?–?).
46: Arroyo, Angel M. (?–1999).
47: Arroyo, Rane (1954–).
48: Arte Público Press.
49: Arteaga, Alfred (1950–).
50: Asociación Puertorriqueña de Escritores.
51: ASPIRA, Inc.
52: Association of Hispanic Arts (¡AHA!).
53: Atencio, Tomás (1932–).
54: Ateneo Puertorriqueño de Nueva York.
55: Awards.
56: Aztlán.
57: Azuela, Mariano (1873–1952).
58: Baca, Jimmy Santiago (1952–).
59: Badikian-Gartler, Beatriz (1951–).
60: Báez, Annecy (?–).
61: Báez, Josefina (1960–).
62: Barahona Center for the Study of the Book in Spanish for Children and Adolescents.
63: Barela, Casimiro (1847–1920).
64: Barquet, Jesús J. (1953–).
65: Barrio.
66: Barrio, Raymund (1921–1996).
67: Behar, Ruth (1956–).
68: Belpré, Pura (c. 1901–1982).
69: Beltrán Hernández, Irene (1945–).
70: Bencastro, Mario (1949–).
71: Benítez, Sandra (1941–).
72: Benítez Rojo, Antonio (1931–).
73: Bernal, Vicente J. (1888–1915).
74: Bernardo, Anilú (1949–).
75: Bertrand, Diane Gonzales (1956–).
76: Betances Jaeger, Clotilde (1890–197?).
77: Bildungsroman.
78: The Bilingual Foundation for the Arts.
79: Bilingual Review/Press.
80: Bilingualism in Literature.
81: Björkquist, Elena Díaz (1943–).
82: Blanco, Beatriz (?–?).
83: Blanco, Richard (1960–).
84: Bolaños Cacho, Miguel (1869–1928).
85: Bolet Peraza, Nicanor (1838–1906).
86: Bolio, Dolores (1880–1950).
87: Book Fairs and Festivals.
88: Bordao, Rafael (1951–).
89: Border Literature.
90: Borderlands Theater.
91: Borinsky, Alicia (1946–)..
92: Bornstein, Miriam Mijalina (1950–).
93: Brammer, Ethriam Cash (1971–).
94: Braschi, Giannina (1953–).
95: Braschi, Wilfredo (1918–1995).
96: Brinson Curiel, Barbara (1956–).
97: Brito, Aristeo (1942–).
98: Brown Berets.
99: Bruce-Novoa, Juan (1944–).
100: Burciaga, José Antonio (1940–1996).
101: Burgos, Julia de (1914–1953).
102: Burk, Ronnie (1955–2003).
103: Byrne, Bonifacio (1861–1936).
104: Caballero, Pedro (1894–?).
105: Cabeza de Vaca, Ezequiel (1864–1917).
106: Cabeza a de Vaca, Fabiola (1894–1991).
107: Cabrera, Lydia (1899–1999).
108: Cadilla Ruibal, Carmen Alicia (1908–1994).
109: Calaca Press.
110: Calleros, Cleofas (1896–1973).
111: Camacho, Simón (1821–1883).
112: Camarillo y Roa de Pereyra, María Enriqueta (1872–1968).
113: Cambeira, Alan (1941–).
114: Campa, Arthur León (1905–1978).
115: Campo, Rafael (1964–).
116: Campos, Tito (1967–).
117: Canales, José T. (1877–1976).
118: Canales, Viola (1959–).
119: Candelaria, Nash (1928–).
120: Cano, Daniel (1947–).
121: Cantú, Norma Elia (1947–).
122: Capetillo, Luisa (1879–1922).
123: Caraballo Cruz, Samuel (1961–).
124: Cárdenas, Isidra T. (1891–).
125: Cárdenas, Reyes (1948–).
126: Caro, Brígido (1858–1940).
127: Carrasquillo, Pedro (1910–1963).
128: Carrero, Jaime (1931–).
129: Carrillo, Adolfo (1855–1926).
130: Carrillo, Eduardo A. (?–?).
131: Carrillo, Leo (1818–1961).
132: La Casa de la Herencia Cultural Puertorriqueña, Inc.
133: Casal, Lourdes (1938–1981).
134: Casanova de Villaverde, Emilia (1832–1897).
135: Castañeda, Carlos (1925?–1998).
136: Castañeda, Carlos Eduardo (1896–1958).
137: Castañeda, Omar S. (1954–1997).
138: Castellano, Olivia (1944–).
139: Castellanos, Henry C. (1827–1896).
140: Castellón, Pedro Angel (1820–1856).
141: Castellot, José (1856–1938).
142: Castilla, Julia Mercedes (?–).
143: Castillo, Ana (1953–).
144: Castillo, Gary (?–).
145: Catacalos, Rosemary (1944–).
146: Catalá, Rafael (?–).
147: Ceja, Manuel (1920–?).
148: Central American Literature.
149: Central American Refugees.
150: Centro Cultural Cubano de Nueva York.
151: Centro Español de Ybor City.
152: Cervantes, Lorna Dee (1954–).
153: Chacón, Daniel (1962–).
154: Chacón, Eusebio (1869–1948).
155: Chacón, Felipe Maximiliano (1873–19?).
156: Chacón Gonzales, Herminia (1903–2003).
157: Chapa, Francisco (1870–1924).
158: Chavarría-Cháirez, Becky (?–).
159: Chávez, Angélico (1910–1996).
160: Chávez, César (1927–1993).
161: Chávez, Denise (1948–).
162: Chávez Padilla, Ernesto (1944–).
163: Chicana Liberation.
164: Chicano Identity.
165: Chicano Literature.
166: Chicano Movement.
167: Chicano Press Association.
168: “Chicano Renaissance.”.
169: Children's and Young Adult Literature.
170: Chusma House.
171: Círculo de Cultura Panamericano.
172: Círculo de Tabaqueros.
173: Cisneros, Evangelina (Evangelina Betancourt Cosío y Cisneros) (1879–?).
174: Cisneros, Sandra (1954–).
175: Clavijo, Uva (1944–).
176: Cocco de Filippis, Daisy (1949–).
177: Cofer, Judith Ortiz (1952–).
178: Coll y Vidal, Antonio (1898–1983).
179: Colón, Jesús (1901–1974).
180: Colón López, Joaquín (1896–1964).
181: Colón, Miriam (1936–).
182: Colonial Literature.
183: Con Safos.
184: Córdova, Rafael J. De (1824–1908).
185: Coronel, Antonio Franco (1817–1894).
186: Corpi, Lucha (1945–).
187: Corrales, José (1937–2002).
188: Corretjer, Juan Antonio (1908–1985).
189: Corridos.