Growing Up Chicana/o (2020)

Growing Up Chicana o What Does It Mean To Grow Up Chicana o When I was growing up I never read anything in school by anyone who had a Z in their last name This anthology is in many ways a public gift to that child who
  • Title: Growing Up Chicana/o
  • Author: Bill Adler Rudolfo Anaya Tiffany Ana López
  • ISBN: 9780380724192
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Paperback
  • Growing Up Chicana/o
    What Does It Mean To Grow Up Chicana o When I was growing up, I never read anything in school by anyone who had a Z in their last name This anthology is, in many ways, a public gift to that child who was always searching for herself whithin the pages of a bookom the Introduction by Tiffany Ana LopezLouie The Foot Gonzalez tells of an eighty nine year old woman with oWhat Does It Mean To Grow Up Chicana o When I was growing up, I never read anything in school by anyone who had a Z in their last name This anthology is, in many ways, a public gift to that child who was always searching for herself whithin the pages of a bookom the Introduction by Tiffany Ana LopezLouie The Foot Gonzalez tells of an eighty nine year old woman with only one tooth who did strange and magical healingsHer name was Dona Tona and she was never taken seriously until someone got sick and sent for her She d always show up, even if she had to drag herself, and she stayed as long as needed Dona Tona didn t seem to mind that after she had helped them, they ridiculed her ways.Rosa Elena Yzquierdo remembers when homemade tortillas and homespun wisdom went hand in handAs children we watched our abuelas lovingly make tortillas In my own grandmother s kitchen, it was an opportunity for me to ask questions within the safety of that warm roomd the conversation carried resonance far beyond the kitchenSandra Cisneros remembers growing up in ChicagoTeachers thought if you were poor and Mexican you didn t have anything to say Now I know, We ve got to tell our own historyking communication happen between cultures.
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    1. I very much enjoyed the short stories and the variety of themes and styles I think these are some stories I will come back to every once in a while when I need a new perspective on life.

    2. Growing up Chicana o tells the story of Mexican children, who were growing up in poor neighborhoods and had to work hard to support them and their families The book is set in diffrent places of Mexico because it is multiple short stories of diffrent authors, where they were growing up and their adventures Running around through their neighborhoods and foresty places like little wild animals, mexican parents would tell scary legends, to their childrens about their neighborhoods so their kids woul [...]

    3. Read this during my second semester at Ventura College a while back when I took Professor Mayo De La Rocha s Chicano Raza Studies course.It is a bunch short stories from many different Chicana o authors and a whole bunch of them I can relate to as a kid such as an exert from Antonio Villareal book Pocho and Louie The Foot Gonzalez story of Dona Tona a Currandera as well as Sandra Cisneros stories living in Chicago, which was similar to how my cousins were living in the City of Fallen Angels LA I [...]

    4. the author has collected stories from young kids about grow up Chicana o in the US Also belong to a ethnic group whose culture and history was ignored by mainstream Americans The book American expands the culture and illustrate the great diversity of Chicano life.These stories in an intense and emotional search for identity and the meaning of community one of the stories Eleven by Sandra Cisneros, a schoolgirl maintains her dignity despite a teacher s insensitive claim Thelma Reyna describes the [...]

    5. Childhood stories by various Chicano a authors including Sandra Cisneros, Gary Soto, Denise Chavez and others Rudolfo Anaya wrote the foreward reminding readers that Hispanics have been left out of the history books and even our poems, stories and songs have not been shared with the greater community These stories speak to our experience.

    6. I love her intro I too felt the same way growing up stories that we were told are like whispers because they are oral stories not written, we have to be vigilant about writing them to continue the storyis book is about doing just that

    7. A great collection and introduction to the many themes of Chicanx literature I loved most of the pieces in here.

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