Daniel Cano Biography

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Dictionary of Literary Biography on Daniel Cano

With his 1991 novel Pepe Rios Daniel Cano has contributed to and further expanded the narrative of the Mexican immigrant experience established by José Antonio Villarreal in 1959 with the novel Pocho. In Pepe RiosPocho Cano gives voice to the ordeals and tribulations undergone not only by the hundreds of Mexican immigrants who came to the United States at the time of the 1910 Mexican Revolution but also by the thousands who have subsequently left their Mexican homeland under difficult circumstances in hopes of improving their lot. Thus, the saga of the struggles of young Pepe Rios before and after his immigration to the United States may be a mirror to some readers, an inspiration to others, and an entertaining book of history and adventure to most. In his second and most recent book, Shifting Loyalties (1995), Cano explores a subject of which few Chicano authors have written: the Chicano...

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