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Lopez, Tiffany Ana, ed., Growing Up Chicana/o, Avon Books, 1995.

A collection of coming-of-age stories in America from Chicana/o writers such as Rudolfo Anaya, Denise Chavez, Alberto Alvaro Ríos, Marta Salinas, Gary Soto, and others. These stories celebrate the tremendous diversity of Chicana/o life through the universal themes of boundaries, family, education, and rites of passage.

Martinez, Julio A., and Francisco A. Lomeli, eds., Chicano Literature, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1985.

The book is arranged alphabetically with comprehensive coverage of the individual authors' lives and examination of their works by more than forty critics of Chicano literature. The selected bibliography provides access both to the authors' works and to secondary sources.

Ríos, Alberto, Capirotada: ANogales Memoir, University of New Mexico Press, 1999.

Ríos' memoir of his childhood in Nogales, Arizona, andNogales, Mexico, is well worth reading. He weaves together memories of family...

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