Stavans, Ilan

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Angelitos: A Graphic Novel

Writer Stavans (A Critic's Journey; Quixote) and artist Cohen (The Yiddish Fish; Before You Were Here, Mi Amor) deliver a tragic, moving story of a little-known and complicated figure in Mexican history. For teens and adults.

Quixote: The Novel and the World

Book lovers will relish this expansive and generous tome. [See Prepub Alert, 3/23/15.]

Reclaiming Travel

A thoughtful examination of how we got here but an incomplete reclamation of a grander vision of travel, this title is a gently academic introduction to the topic for a general audience.

Return to Centro Histórico

This book holds such promise—the intersection of memory, identity, and history—but it simply falls flat. One could do much better by reading Lillian Hellman's Maybe, a short novel about memory and history. Recommended for readers with a particular interest in Chicano or Jewish issues.

The FSG Book of Twentieth-Century Latin American Poetry

A great introduction in English to the vast diversity of 20th-century Latin American verse, often as innovative as the Latin American novel.

The Norton Anthology of Latino Literature

The editors have compiled a vital collection that provides literary, historical, and political context for a dynamic culture. An anthology of this scope is an essential resource for academic libraries.

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