American Copia An Immigrant Epic

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Author: Javier O. Huerta

Publisher: Arte Publico Press

ISBN: 9781558857483

Category: Poetry

Page: 110

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This creative combination of poetry, fiction and non-fiction focusing on grocery storesin a mix of English and Spanishcreates an epic story of immigration.

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