Josefina Niggli, Mexican American Writer : A Critical BiographyMaterial type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2007Description: 1 online resource (329 p.).ISBN: 9780826342737.Subject(s): Mexican American authors -- 20th century -- Biography | Mexican Americans in literature | Niggli, Josephina, 1910-1983Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Josefina Niggli, Mexican American Writer : A Critical BiographyDDC classification: 818.5209 | 818.5409 | 818/.5409 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; 1: Introduction and Early Life: 1910-1935; SELECTIONS; The Goat-Herder's Song; The Hills of Mexico; A Tourist in a Mexican Town; Monterrey; 2: Playmaking in North Carolina: 1935-1942; SELECTIONS; The Cry of Dolores (1935); Singing Valley, A Comedy of Mexican Village Life (1937); The Ring of General Macías (1938); Fragment from Earlier Draft of The Ring of General Macías; 3: Books and Novels and Hollywood1942-1953; SELECTIONS; "Dream I" (1944); "Dream II" (1944); "Salt in the Air" (1947); "A Visitor for Domínguez" (1947)
Chapter 7 from Step Down, Elder Brother (1947)"Legend of the Rabbit in the Moon" from Step Down, Elder Brother; "Chant to the Four World Quarters" (n.d.); Fragment, Niggli's screenplay for Sombrero (1953); ILLLUSTRATIONS; 4: A Final Novel and Teaching: 1953-1983; SELECTIONS; Excerpts from unpublished novel Beat the Drum Slowly, ca. 1950s or 1960s; "Sunday: 11:00 a.m.", a chapter from A Miracle for Mexico (1964); 5: Conclusions: Niggli's Legacy and Resurgence; Notes; Niggli's Works; Bibliography; Index; Back Cover
The work of one of the earliest Mexican American women writers who focused on life lived between two cultures and nations is the subject of this new literary study.
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