The Late Great Mexican Border: Reports from a Disappearing Line

The Late Great Mexican Border Reports from a Disappearing Line Fasten your seat belt This book will take you on a bumpy ride through the painful human geography of the border Hispanic Magazin This book may be one of the best collections of border essays and insig

  • Title: The Late Great Mexican Border: Reports from a Disappearing Line
  • Author: Bobby Byrd Gary Paul Nabhan Debbie Nathan Dick J. Reavis Luis Rodríguez Richard Rodríguez Benjamin Alire Sáenz Luis Alberto Urrea
  • ISBN: 9780938317241
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fasten your seat belt This book will take you on a bumpy ride through the painful human geography of the border Hispanic Magazin This book may be one of the best collections of border essays and insights I ve read The editors have wisely chosen to include some of the best writers from the region instead of the usual hash of academics When I wasn t laughing, I was cryinFasten your seat belt This book will take you on a bumpy ride through the painful human geography of the border Hispanic Magazin This book may be one of the best collections of border essays and insights I ve read The editors have wisely chosen to include some of the best writers from the region instead of the usual hash of academics When I wasn t laughing, I was crying How often can you really say that about a book El Planeta Platica There probably isn t another press in the country that could pull together such a smart and heartfelt anthology as this After all, they live in the thick of it The New Mexican An exceptional collection of essays that takes a long, hard look at the arbitrary line we call the Mexican border Southwest Books Best Picks for 96 Arizona Daily Star ContributorsMax Aguilera Hellweg Charles Bowden Barbara Ferry Guillermo GA3mez PeAa Teresa Leal Linda Lynch RubA c n MartA nez Tom Miller Gary Nabhan Debbie Nathan Dick Reavis Luis RodrA guez Richard Rodriguez Benjamin Alire SAenz Luis Alberto Urrea Alan Weisman

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    2 thoughts on “The Late Great Mexican Border: Reports from a Disappearing Line

    1. Bobby Byrd Gary Paul Nabhan Debbie Nathan Dick J. Reavis Luis Rodríguez Richard Rodríguez Benjamin Alire Sáenz Luis Alberto Urrea says:

      Bobby Byrd Gary Paul Nabhan Debbie Nathan Dick J. Reavis Luis Rodríguez Richard Rodríguez Benjamin Alire Sáenz Luis Alberto Urrea Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Late Great Mexican Border: Reports from a Disappearing Line book, this is one of the most wanted Bobby Byrd Gary Paul Nabhan Debbie Nathan Dick J. Reavis Luis Rodríguez Richard Rodríguez Benjamin Alire Sáenz Luis Alberto Urrea author readers around the world.

    2. It is useful, however humbling, to open books published some time ago if only to appreciate how little we saw of what was really happening and how little we understood what was to come. That is not in any way a criticism of this book, published in 1996 by Cinco Puntos, the valiant small press of El Paso. No one at that time knew then that a Mexican prisoner would escape to construct the most transnational of all cartels and ignite the bloodiest of underworld wars. “The Great Disappearing Mexic [...]

    3. The editors included a broader range of border-related topics than I would have thought possible, and two selections (Richard Rodriguez 'Pocho Pioneer' and Luis Alberto Urrea "None of Them Talk About Their Dreams') made me want to read more of their work. 'Cryptic Cacti on the Borderline' was an unexpected delight, a description of culturally-induced habitat diversity.

    4. This is a brilliant anthology -- sadly, out of print. The editors, a father and daughter, gathered many of the very best writers and thinkers along the US-Mexico border. A great way to discover some wonderful writers; this anthology includes some of my favorites: Chuck Bowden, Luis Alberto Urrea, Ruben Martinez and Guillermo Gomez Peña. Get a copy before they are all gone!

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