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Anzaldua, Gloria Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza, Spinsters/Aunt Lute, 1987.

Campbell, Bebe Moore "Crossing Borders," in The New York Times Book Review, May 26,1991, pp. 6-7.

Candelaria, Cordelia "La Malinche, Feminist Prototype," in Frontiers, Vol 5, No 2,1980, pp. 1-6.

Candelaria, Cordelia "Letting La Llorona Go, or Re/reading History's Tender Mercies," in Heresies, Vol 7, No.3, 1993, pp. 111-15.

Cisneros, Sandra. "Ghost and Voices: Writing from Obsession," an excerpt from "From a Writer's Notebook," in The Americas Review, Vol 15, No.1, Spring, 1987, p. 73.

Doyle, Jacqueline. "Haunting the Borderlands: La Llorona in Sandra Cisneros's 'Woman Hollering Creek' ," in Frontiers, Vol 16, No.1, Winter, 1996, pp. 53-71.

Dasenbrock, Reed and Feroza Jussawalla. Interviews with Writers of the Post-Colonial World, University Press of Mississippi, 1992.

Paz, Octavio Labyrinth of Solitude: Life and Thought in Mexico, translated by Lysander Kemp, Grove Press, 1950.

Prescott, Peter and Karen Springen, "Seven for Summer," in Newsweek, June 3, 1991, p. 60.

Wyatt, Jean. "On Not Being La...

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