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ERIC Number: ED034600
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 348
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With the Ears of Strangers; The Mexican in American Literature.
Robinson, Cecil
A review of American literature dealing with Mexican development and involvement in American history includes major writings which reflect the effects of the Spanish conquests and the resultant guilt feelings and attitudes engendered by destruction of highly civilized Aztec cultures. Emphasis is also placed on literature describing the feelings of other Europeans coming to the New World and their attitudes towards the native inhabitants. The final section of the book describes the Mexican and Hispanic influence on the culture and literature emanating from the southwestern United States. The book contains an extensive bibliography on Mexican development and Spanish influences on the Mexican culture. (DK)
The University of Arizona Press, Box 3398, College Station, Tucson, Arizona 85700 ($7.50)
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Identifiers: Latin America; Mexico; United States (Southwest)