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Alurista, "Myth, Identity and Struggle in Three Chicano Novels: Aztlán . . . Anaya, Méndez and Acosta," in European Perspectives on Hispanic Literature of the United States, edited by Genvieve Fabre, Arte Publico Press, 1988, pp. 82-90.

Bruce-Novoa, Juan D., "Miguel Méndez: Voices of Silence," in Contemporary Chicano Fiction, edited by Vernon E. Lattin, Bilingual Press, 1986, pp. 206-14.

Leal, Luis, "In Search of Aztlán," in Denver Quarterly, Vol. 16, No. 3, Fall 1981, pp. 17-23.

Rodriguez del Pino, Salvador, "Peregrinos De Aztlán: Overview," in Reference Guide to American Literature, edited by Jim Kamp, 3d ed., St. James Press, 1994.

Ryan, Richard, "Border Towns Face Pollution Crisis Two Years into NAFTA," in Detroit News, January 2, 1996.

Somoza, Oscar U., "The Mexican Element in the Fiction of Miguel Méndez," translated by Leland H. Chambers, in Denver Quarterly, Vol. 17, No. 1, Spring 1982, pp. 68-77.

Walter, Roland, "Social and Magical Realism...

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