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ISBN-10: 0872864626
ISBN-13: 9780872864627
Publisher: City Lights Books
Publish Date: 03/01/2008
Dimensions: 8.55" L, 6.56" W, 1.00" H

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187 Reasons Mexicanos Can’t Cross the Border: Undocuments 1971-2007

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A hybrid collection of texts written and performed on the road, from Mexico City to San Francisco, from Central America to central California, illustrated throughout with photos and artwork. Rants, manifestos, newspaper cutups, street theater, anti-lectures, love poems, and riffs tell the story of what it’s like to live outlaw and brown in the United […]

A hybrid collection of texts written and performed on the road, from Mexico City to San Francisco, from Central America to central California, illustrated throughout with photos and artwork. Rants, manifestos, newspaper cutups, street theater, anti-lectures, love poems, and riffs tell the story of what it’s like to live outlaw and brown in the United States.

Juan Felipe Herrera is a professor of creative writing at the University of California, Riverside. The author of twenty-one books, he is also a community arts leader and a dynamic performer and actor. He is the son of Mexican immigrants and grew up in the migrant fields of California.

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Details

ISBN-10: 0872864626
ISBN-13: 9780872864627
Publisher: City Lights Books
Publish Date: 03/01/2008
Dimensions: 8.55" L, 6.56" W, 1.00" H
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