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The Resource Aztlan : an anthology of Mexican American literature, Edited by Luis Valdez and Stan Steiner

Aztlan : an anthology of Mexican American literature, Edited by Luis Valdez and Stan Steiner

Label
Aztlan : an anthology of Mexican American literature
Title
Aztlan
Title remainder
an anthology of Mexican American literature
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Luis Valdez and Stan Steiner
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Valdez, Luis
Dewey number
917/.003
Index
no index present
LC call number
E184.M5
LC item number
V3 1972
Literary form
non fiction
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Steiner, Stan
Series statement
A Marc Corporation book
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  • Mexican Americans
  • Mexicans
  • Indians of Mexico
  • Aztlán
  • Mexican Americans
  • Mexicans
  • Indians of Mexico
Label
Aztlan : an anthology of Mexican American literature, Edited by Luis Valdez and Stan Steiner
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Publication
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Life of the Aztecs
  • Aztec democracy : in favor of the common man
  • Icazbalceta
  • Aztec imperialism : Tlacaelel and human sacrifice
  • Miguel Leon-Portilla
  • The cosmos and man : Aztec humanism
  • Where are the roots of men?
  • Does man possess any truth?
  • One day we must go
  • Who am I?
  • Where are the roots of men? The origins of Mexico.
  • The blood was fulfilled, from the Chilam Balam of Chumayel
  • Death emerges from life, life emerges from death
  • Domingo Martinez Paredes
  • The heart of earth, from Popol Vuh : the sacred book of the ancient Quiche Maya
  • In a time nobody exactly remembers : the Olmecs
  • Miguel Leon-Portilla
  • The city of Tenochtitlan
  • What greater grandeur, from the dispatches of Hernando Cortez
  • Greater than Constantinople and Rome
  • Father Bernal Diaz del Castillo
  • Father Bartolome de las Casas
  • The last judgment
  • The king must pay
  • It is not proper that this book be published : a royal cedula of Philip II
  • The conquest : flowers and songs of sorrow.
  • No, it is not a dream, from the Aztec Codices.
  • We come as friends : the meeting of Motecuhzoma and Cortez
  • The fall of Tenochtitlan
  • The dirges
  • Broken spears
  • Flowers and songs of sorrow
  • All wars of conquest are unjust
  • Arnold R. Rojas
  • The simple pastoral life (Texas)
  • Americo Paredes
  • The vaquero
  • Arnold R. Rojas
  • The gold miners
  • Francisco Salazar
  • The sheepherders
  • Fabiola Cabeza de Baca
  • The campesinos
  • The genesis of the chicanos.
  • Raymond Barrio
  • The braceros
  • Ernesto Galarza
  • With the coming of the barbwire, came hunger : folk-lore of the Texas-Mexican vaquero
  • Jovita Gonzales
  • Los caballeros de labor y los gorras blancas
  • Fabiola Cabeza de Baca
  • The journals of Nunez Cabeza de Vaca
  • The thoughts that clothe the soul of a European
  • Our countrymen, these slave catchers
  • From the edge of the mountains to the stones and sand in the rivers, the proclamation of Don Juan de Onate
  • The vow of poverty
  • Father Jeronimo de Zarate Salmeron
  • Sonora is our motherland
  • Governor Juan Bautista Vigil
  • The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Article VIII : rights of Mexicans established in territories ceded to United States
  • The betrayal
  • California is lost!
  • El clamor publico
  • They have no voice
  • Don Pablo de la Guerra
  • The guerrilla wars
  • I will not submit
  • Joaquin Murieta
  • The Gods of war : death to the gringos!
  • Joaquin Murrieta
  • Arnold R. Rojas
  • Love secrets of Joaquin Murieta, from an old newspaper
  • Suffer the death of martyrs, Proclamation of Juan Nepomuceno Cortina
  • Revolutionaries are also sons of God
  • General Francisco Villa
  • Viva la revolucion : we are heading toward life
  • Ricardo Flores Magon
  • The invasions of this modern Rome
  • Jose Maria Tornel y Mendivil
  • To the Texas colonists "Mexican" is an execrable word
  • After we took them to our bosom, they destroyed us
  • The fall of the Alamo
  • General Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana
  • What child will not shed abundant tears at the tomb of his parents
  • As loyal citizens of the United States
  • El arrimado : the guest in the land of buy now, pay later
  • Antonio Gomez
  • The migrations.
  • The roots of migration
  • Ernesto Galarza
  • Corridos : the songs of exodus
  • An emigrant's farewell
  • El coyotito
  • Deported
  • La cucaracha
  • East Los Angeles : passing time
  • J.L. Navarro
  • Los Angeles : the sacred spot
  • Javier Alva
  • The vatos
  • The story of a vato
  • You are lower than animals
  • Justice in the Southwest, report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights
  • The caste system of employment, report of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Manana is too late : labor standards
  • In the barrios.
  • Maclovio R. Barraza
  • Life in the barrios
  • On the road to Texas : Pete Fonesca
  • Tomas Rivera
  • Tucson, Arizona : el hoyo
  • Mario Suarez
  • Tucson, Arizona : las comadres
  • Mario Suarez
  • What is a movement?
  • Walkout in Albuquerque : the Chicano movement becomes nationwide
  • Venceremos! : Mexican-American statement on travel to Cuba
  • Luis Valdez and Roberto Rubalcava
  • We demand : statement of Chicanos of the Southwest in the Poor People's Campaign
  • Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales
  • La Raza Unida
  • Jorge Lara-Braud
  • La causa : in the beginning.
  • The plan of Delano
  • Huelga! : the history of the National Farm Workers Association
  • Why Delano?
  • Cesar Chavez
  • Nothing has changed : an interview with Cesar Chavez
  • El malcriado : the voice of the farm worker
  • The dignity of the farm worker
  • Father Robert G. Garcia
  • Our time has come
  • La cooperativa
  • Valentina Valdez Tijerina
  • Our allegiance is to the land
  • Alex Mercure
  • La causa : la tierra (the earth).
  • Mother of all life : the earth
  • Cleofas Vigil
  • The land grants
  • Clark S. Knowlton
  • My cow, she was almost arrested
  • Tobia Leyba
  • The alianza : a hope and a dream
  • La firolera
  • El sombrero ancho
  • Madre
  • La jefita
  • Jose Montoya
  • Cruz
  • Augustin Lira
  • The new Chicana
  • The women of La Raza
  • Enriqueta Longauez y Vasquez
  • La causa : la mujer (the woman).
  • La madre de Aztlan
  • Mary Lou Espinosa
  • The act of love, from the Aztec Codices.
  • Do not throw yourself upon women
  • Must we live weeping? : a father's advice to his daughter
  • The pioneer women
  • Fabiola Cabeza de Baca
  • Songs of sorrows
  • El abandonado
  • The word was made flesh : Spanish in the classroom
  • Sabine R. Ulibarri
  • The Mexican American child : how have we failed him?, from a report of the U.S. Office of Education
  • The blow outs!, from the Chicano student news
  • The Chicano movement : a new breed
  • The brown berets
  • La Junta
  • Los comancheros del norte : for machos only
  • The Chicano movement : a controversy
  • Reverse racism
  • La causa : the Chicanos.
  • Congressman Henry Gonzales
  • The youth will be heard
  • Carta editorial
  • Voices of the Chicanos
  • Aztec angel
  • Luis Omar Salinas
  • Musica de machete
  • Benjamin Luna
  • 22 miles
  • Jose Angel Guitierrez
  • The emergence of the new Chicano
  • Jail flashes
  • Roberto Vargas
  • Segundo canto
  • Roberto Vargas
  • Poem in lieu of preface
  • Alberto Alurista
  • El Louie
  • Jose Montoya
  • To a dead lowrider
  • J.L. Navarro
  • Guillermo Fuenfrios
  • A trip through the mind jail
  • Raul Salinas
  • El grito
  • Guadalupe de Saavedra
  • Education and de-education
  • The writing on the blackboard
  • students of Los Angeles
  • Luis Valdez
  • Notes on Chicano theater
  • El teatro campesino
  • Bernabe, a play
  • Luis Valdez
  • Notes of the playwright
  • Bernabe : a drama of modern Chicano
  • Mythology (scene 3)
  • La causa : The artist.
  • The Toltec (The artist) : he makes things live, from the Aztec Codices.
  • The good painter
  • He who gives life to clay
  • He is whole
  • The art of the Chicano movement, and the movement of Chicano art
  • Manuel J. Martinez
  • Chicano theater
  • Peregrinacion, penitencia, revolucion
  • To be a man is to suffer for others : God help us to be men!
  • The church and the Chicanos
  • The church and La Raza
  • Campo cultural de La Raza
  • Alberto Alurista
  • Catolicos por La Raza
  • Jesus Christ as a revolutionist
  • Delores del Grito
  • The new Christ, poems
  • La causa : God and church.
  • The organizer
  • A new cross
  • Abelardo Delgado
  • The destruction of the Aztec temples : I overturned the idols
  • Hernando Cortez
  • God and man
  • Sayings of Patrocino Barela
  • I believe in God. But not in priests
  • Cleofas Vigil
  • God is beside you in the picket line, from the writings of Cesar Chavez
  • Aztlan.
  • The children of the Aztec : the vision of Motecuhzoma
  • El plan espiritual de Aztlan : Chicano Liberation Youth Conference
  • Peregrinacion, penitencia, revolucion
  • To be a man is to suffer for others : God help us to be men!
  • The church and the Chicanos
  • The church and La Raza
  • Campo cultural de La Raza
  • Alberto Alurista
  • Catolicos por La Raza
  • Jesus Christ as a revolutionist
  • Delores del Grito
  • The new Christ, poems
  • La causa : God and church.
  • The organizer
  • A new cross
  • Abelardo Delgado
  • The destruction of the Aztec temples : I overturned the idols
  • Hernando Cortez
  • God and man
  • Sayings of Patrocino Barela
  • I believe in God. But not in priests
  • Cleofas Vigil
  • God is beside you in the picket line, from the writings of Cesar Chavez
Control code
247451
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xxxiv, 410 pages
Isbn
9780394473697
Lccn
76171138
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)456683
Label
Aztlan : an anthology of Mexican American literature, Edited by Luis Valdez and Stan Steiner
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Life of the Aztecs
  • Aztec democracy : in favor of the common man
  • Icazbalceta
  • Aztec imperialism : Tlacaelel and human sacrifice
  • Miguel Leon-Portilla
  • The cosmos and man : Aztec humanism
  • Where are the roots of men?
  • Does man possess any truth?
  • One day we must go
  • Who am I?
  • Where are the roots of men? The origins of Mexico.
  • The blood was fulfilled, from the Chilam Balam of Chumayel
  • Death emerges from life, life emerges from death
  • Domingo Martinez Paredes
  • The heart of earth, from Popol Vuh : the sacred book of the ancient Quiche Maya
  • In a time nobody exactly remembers : the Olmecs
  • Miguel Leon-Portilla
  • The city of Tenochtitlan
  • What greater grandeur, from the dispatches of Hernando Cortez
  • Greater than Constantinople and Rome
  • Father Bernal Diaz del Castillo
  • Father Bartolome de las Casas
  • The last judgment
  • The king must pay
  • It is not proper that this book be published : a royal cedula of Philip II
  • The conquest : flowers and songs of sorrow.
  • No, it is not a dream, from the Aztec Codices.
  • We come as friends : the meeting of Motecuhzoma and Cortez
  • The fall of Tenochtitlan
  • The dirges
  • Broken spears
  • Flowers and songs of sorrow
  • All wars of conquest are unjust
  • Arnold R. Rojas
  • The simple pastoral life (Texas)
  • Americo Paredes
  • The vaquero
  • Arnold R. Rojas
  • The gold miners
  • Francisco Salazar
  • The sheepherders
  • Fabiola Cabeza de Baca
  • The campesinos
  • The genesis of the chicanos.
  • Raymond Barrio
  • The braceros
  • Ernesto Galarza
  • With the coming of the barbwire, came hunger : folk-lore of the Texas-Mexican vaquero
  • Jovita Gonzales
  • Los caballeros de labor y los gorras blancas
  • Fabiola Cabeza de Baca
  • The journals of Nunez Cabeza de Vaca
  • The thoughts that clothe the soul of a European
  • Our countrymen, these slave catchers
  • From the edge of the mountains to the stones and sand in the rivers, the proclamation of Don Juan de Onate
  • The vow of poverty
  • Father Jeronimo de Zarate Salmeron
  • Sonora is our motherland
  • Governor Juan Bautista Vigil
  • The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Article VIII : rights of Mexicans established in territories ceded to United States
  • The betrayal
  • California is lost!
  • El clamor publico
  • They have no voice
  • Don Pablo de la Guerra
  • The guerrilla wars
  • I will not submit
  • Joaquin Murieta
  • The Gods of war : death to the gringos!
  • Joaquin Murrieta
  • Arnold R. Rojas
  • Love secrets of Joaquin Murieta, from an old newspaper
  • Suffer the death of martyrs, Proclamation of Juan Nepomuceno Cortina
  • Revolutionaries are also sons of God
  • General Francisco Villa
  • Viva la revolucion : we are heading toward life
  • Ricardo Flores Magon
  • The invasions of this modern Rome
  • Jose Maria Tornel y Mendivil
  • To the Texas colonists "Mexican" is an execrable word
  • After we took them to our bosom, they destroyed us
  • The fall of the Alamo
  • General Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana
  • What child will not shed abundant tears at the tomb of his parents
  • As loyal citizens of the United States
  • El arrimado : the guest in the land of buy now, pay later
  • Antonio Gomez
  • The migrations.
  • The roots of migration
  • Ernesto Galarza
  • Corridos : the songs of exodus
  • An emigrant's farewell
  • El coyotito
  • Deported
  • La cucaracha
  • East Los Angeles : passing time
  • J.L. Navarro
  • Los Angeles : the sacred spot
  • Javier Alva
  • The vatos
  • The story of a vato
  • You are lower than animals
  • Justice in the Southwest, report of the United States Commission on Civil Rights
  • The caste system of employment, report of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • Manana is too late : labor standards
  • In the barrios.
  • Maclovio R. Barraza
  • Life in the barrios
  • On the road to Texas : Pete Fonesca
  • Tomas Rivera
  • Tucson, Arizona : el hoyo
  • Mario Suarez
  • Tucson, Arizona : las comadres
  • Mario Suarez
  • What is a movement?
  • Walkout in Albuquerque : the Chicano movement becomes nationwide
  • Venceremos! : Mexican-American statement on travel to Cuba
  • Luis Valdez and Roberto Rubalcava
  • We demand : statement of Chicanos of the Southwest in the Poor People's Campaign
  • Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales
  • La Raza Unida
  • Jorge Lara-Braud
  • La causa : in the beginning.
  • The plan of Delano
  • Huelga! : the history of the National Farm Workers Association
  • Why Delano?
  • Cesar Chavez
  • Nothing has changed : an interview with Cesar Chavez
  • El malcriado : the voice of the farm worker
  • The dignity of the farm worker
  • Father Robert G. Garcia
  • Our time has come
  • La cooperativa
  • Valentina Valdez Tijerina
  • Our allegiance is to the land
  • Alex Mercure
  • La causa : la tierra (the earth).
  • Mother of all life : the earth
  • Cleofas Vigil
  • The land grants
  • Clark S. Knowlton
  • My cow, she was almost arrested
  • Tobia Leyba
  • The alianza : a hope and a dream
  • La firolera
  • El sombrero ancho
  • Madre
  • La jefita
  • Jose Montoya
  • Cruz
  • Augustin Lira
  • The new Chicana
  • The women of La Raza
  • Enriqueta Longauez y Vasquez
  • La causa : la mujer (the woman).
  • La madre de Aztlan
  • Mary Lou Espinosa
  • The act of love, from the Aztec Codices.
  • Do not throw yourself upon women
  • Must we live weeping? : a father's advice to his daughter
  • The pioneer women
  • Fabiola Cabeza de Baca
  • Songs of sorrows
  • El abandonado
  • The word was made flesh : Spanish in the classroom
  • Sabine R. Ulibarri
  • The Mexican American child : how have we failed him?, from a report of the U.S. Office of Education
  • The blow outs!, from the Chicano student news
  • The Chicano movement : a new breed
  • The brown berets
  • La Junta
  • Los comancheros del norte : for machos only
  • The Chicano movement : a controversy
  • Reverse racism
  • La causa : the Chicanos.
  • Congressman Henry Gonzales
  • The youth will be heard
  • Carta editorial
  • Voices of the Chicanos
  • Aztec angel
  • Luis Omar Salinas
  • Musica de machete
  • Benjamin Luna
  • 22 miles
  • Jose Angel Guitierrez
  • The emergence of the new Chicano
  • Jail flashes
  • Roberto Vargas
  • Segundo canto
  • Roberto Vargas
  • Poem in lieu of preface
  • Alberto Alurista
  • El Louie
  • Jose Montoya
  • To a dead lowrider
  • J.L. Navarro
  • Guillermo Fuenfrios
  • A trip through the mind jail
  • Raul Salinas
  • El grito
  • Guadalupe de Saavedra
  • Education and de-education
  • The writing on the blackboard
  • students of Los Angeles
  • Luis Valdez
  • Notes on Chicano theater
  • El teatro campesino
  • Bernabe, a play
  • Luis Valdez
  • Notes of the playwright
  • Bernabe : a drama of modern Chicano
  • Mythology (scene 3)
  • La causa : The artist.
  • The Toltec (The artist) : he makes things live, from the Aztec Codices.
  • The good painter
  • He who gives life to clay
  • He is whole
  • The art of the Chicano movement, and the movement of Chicano art
  • Manuel J. Martinez
  • Chicano theater
  • Peregrinacion, penitencia, revolucion
  • To be a man is to suffer for others : God help us to be men!
  • The church and the Chicanos
  • The church and La Raza
  • Campo cultural de La Raza
  • Alberto Alurista
  • Catolicos por La Raza
  • Jesus Christ as a revolutionist
  • Delores del Grito
  • The new Christ, poems
  • La causa : God and church.
  • The organizer
  • A new cross
  • Abelardo Delgado
  • The destruction of the Aztec temples : I overturned the idols
  • Hernando Cortez
  • God and man
  • Sayings of Patrocino Barela
  • I believe in God. But not in priests
  • Cleofas Vigil
  • God is beside you in the picket line, from the writings of Cesar Chavez
  • Aztlan.
  • The children of the Aztec : the vision of Motecuhzoma
  • El plan espiritual de Aztlan : Chicano Liberation Youth Conference
  • Peregrinacion, penitencia, revolucion
  • To be a man is to suffer for others : God help us to be men!
  • The church and the Chicanos
  • The church and La Raza
  • Campo cultural de La Raza
  • Alberto Alurista
  • Catolicos por La Raza
  • Jesus Christ as a revolutionist
  • Delores del Grito
  • The new Christ, poems
  • La causa : God and church.
  • The organizer
  • A new cross
  • Abelardo Delgado
  • The destruction of the Aztec temples : I overturned the idols
  • Hernando Cortez
  • God and man
  • Sayings of Patrocino Barela
  • I believe in God. But not in priests
  • Cleofas Vigil
  • God is beside you in the picket line, from the writings of Cesar Chavez
Control code
247451
Dimensions
22 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xxxiv, 410 pages
Isbn
9780394473697
Lccn
76171138
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)456683

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