Pilgrims in Aztlán

Miguel Méndez

Description

Translated by David William Foster.

The first English translation of one of the most widely recognized Chicano novels.

“Méndez persuades rather than preaches, allowing his characters to speak for themselves about the neglected plight of the downtrodden. Recommended …” —Library Journal

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About the Author

Miguel Méndez was born in Bisbee, Arizona, in 1930. His works include Los criaderos humanos (poetry, 1975), Cuentos para niños traviesos (1979), El Sueño de Santa María de las Piedras (novel, 1986), De la vida y del folclore de la frontera (1986), Que no mueran los sueños (short stories, 1991, winner of the José Fuentes Mares National Literature Prize in Mexico), Peregrinos de Aztlán (4th edition, 1991, Bilingual Press), and Los muertos también cuentan (novel, 1995).