Across The Great River

Across The Great River

Author: Irene Beltran Hernandez

Publisher: Arte Publico Press

ISBN: 161192054X

Category: Illegal aliens

Page: 136

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Across the Great River is Irene Beltran Hernandez's first novel, which chronicles, through the eyes of a young girl, a Mexican family's illegal entry into the United States. The family's experiences with labor smugglers, a folk healer, rape and violence are all told with the innocence and directness of a young girl who must face the harshness and reality of life at an early age.
Across The Great River
Language: en
Pages: 136
Authors: Irene Beltran Hernandez
Categories: Illegal aliens
Type: BOOK - Published: 1989 - Publisher: Arte Publico Press

Across the Great River is Irene Beltran Hernandez's first novel, which chronicles, through the eyes of a young girl, a Mexican family's illegal entry into the United States. The family's experiences with labor smugglers, a folk healer, rape and violence are all told with the innocence and directness of a
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