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The Chican@ Literary Imagination: A Collection of Critical Studies by Francisco A. Lomelí

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Julio Cañero (Madrid, 1970) is Senior Lecturer of English at the University of Alcalá (Madrid, Spain). He has published on Cultural Studies, American Politics, and Chican@ Literature and Culture.

Juan F. Elices (Madrid, 1975) is Senior Lecturer of English Literature at the University of Alcalá (Madrid, Spain). He has published on English and Irish Literature, focusing particularly on satiric theory, postcolonialism and, lately on science fiction and alternate history narratives. He is currently the Director of the Language Centre at the Universidad de Alcalá.

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This book brings together several essays of one of the most productive and outstanding Chicano scholars, Francisco A. Lomelí. Even though the book only gives a hint of the topics dealt with and covered by Professor Lomelí, it has to be seen as a tribute to his fruitful career. The articles selected offer a broad view of his writings on the origins of Chicano/a literature and criticism and on Chicano/a authors, and they can serve as a countless source of information on Chicano Studies for future generations of researchers.

 

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