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Setting new roots : Latino Caribbean literature in the United States -- Puerto Rican American poetry : street rhythms and voices of the people -- Puerto Ricans in New York : memoirs of Bernardo Vega and Piri Thomas's Down these mean streets -- Cuban American poetry : the Cuban American divide -- Master codes of Cuban and Cuban-American culture : Oscar Hijuelos's The mambo kings play songs of love and Cristina Garcia's Dreaming in Cuban -- Dominican American poetry : culture in the middest -- Search for identity in Julia Alvarez's How the Garcia girls lost their accents -- Postmeditation on Latino, race, and identity.
William Luis, professor of Spanish at Vanderbilt University, is the author of several works, including Literary Bondage: Slavery in Cuban Narrative (1990). Born and raised in New York City, he is widely regarded as a leading authority on Latin American, Caribbean, Afro-Hispanic, and Latino U.S. literatures.
In Dance Between Two Cultures, William Luis has created a field of study. This book will be the cornerstone of a new discipline. --Roberto Gonzalez Echevarraa Dance Between Two Cultures provides an insightful and well-informed overview of the literature of Puerto Rican, Cuban, and Dominican writers in this country. There is no comparable book, and its topic is undoubtedly timely and important. --Randolph D. Pope, Washington University