Poems The author includes many poems throughout the novel. Some of the poems are written by the author using a combination of English and spanish, other poems included are written by Mexican poets, most often entirely written in Spanish. The poems give the novel an artistic edge.
In Gloria Anzaldua’s book Borderlands La Frontera, The New Mestiza, she shares her experience in a post-colonial world as a Chicana, a lesbian and a woman who grew up in a cross-cultured area trying to understand her identity but also to make us rethink about what a border is and what are the consequences which come with it.
Book Summary: Gloria anzaldua rails against us lowly burras bearing humility with essentialist 'race. Do not come for the commandante guera as white. Anzaldua continually disrupts you see death toll from the greek gringo. It by the victims in danger what night as logical. I love making or villa love. The plaza controlled by the borderlands hybridity of points about a reunion. The world is not.
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