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road to Tamazunchale

Ron Arias

road to Tamazunchale

a novel

by Ron Arias

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Published by WCPR in Reno, Nev .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesWest coast poetry review
Statementby Ron Arias
The Physical Object
Pagination109 p. :
Number of Pages109
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14550758M
ISBN 100915596121

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The man has been dreaming about wandering in a flowstone cave, led by his son Author: Cormac Mccarthy. The Road to Tamazunchale. Reno, West Coast Poetry Review, His first book, an early, key volume in the field of Chicano literature.

Arias was an early volunteer to the Peace Corps, joining intwo years after it was founded. As one of the early volunteers of Hispanic descent, he served time in Peru and this comic novel is set in Peru Book Edition: First.

The Road study guide contains a biography of Cormac McCarthy, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.

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By Willard Gingerich, Published on 01/01/ MSU Digital Commons Citation. Gingerich, Willard, "Aspects of Prose Style in Three Chicano Novels: Pocho, Bless Me, Ultima, and The Road to Tamazunchale" ().Cited by: 2.

A very old man on the verge of death and living in a Los Angeles barrio embarks on a glorious journey in and out of time, space, and consciousness with a cast of memorable companions.

Ron Arias has been the senior writer and correspondent for People and People en español in Los Angeles, California, since He is also one of the most recognized Chicano writers of our time.

His novel, The Road to Tamazunchale, is one of the founding texts in contemporary Chicano/a literature. Most recently, he published Moving Target: A Memoir of Pursuit, which has won several awards. Jul 01,  · The Road to Tamazunchale by Ron Arias,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().

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