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Juan D. Bruce-Novoa, review of How the Garda Girls Lost Their Accents, in World Literature Today, Vol 66, No.3, Summer, 1992, p. 516.

Stephen Henighan, review of How the Garda Girls Lost Their Accents, in Globe and Mail (Toronto), August 31, 1991, p. C6.

Cecilia Rodriquez Milanes, "No Place Like Home," in Women's Review of Books, Vol. 8, Nos 10-11, July, 1991, p. 39.

Donna Rifkind, "Speaking American," in New York Times Book Review, October 6, 1991, p. 14.

ElIzabeth Starcevic, "Talking about Language," in American Book Review, Vol 14, No 3, August-September, 1992, p. 15.

Ilan Stavans, "Daughters of Invention," in Commonweal, Vol. CXIX, No.7, Aprill0, 1992, pp. 23-25.

Catherine Wiley, interview with Julia Alvarez in Bloomsbury Review, Vol 12, No.2, March, 1992, pp. 9-10.

Jason Zappe, review of How the Garda Girls Lost Their Accents, in Americas Review, Vol. XIX, Nos 3-4, Winter, 1991, pp. 150-52.

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