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Traditions: Caribbean, Dominican American Principal works: Homecoming: Poems, 1984; How the García Girls Lost Their Accents, 1991; In the Time of the Butterflies, 1994; The Other Side-El Otro Lado, 1995; Something to Declare, 1998 Although she was born in New York City, Julia Alvarez spent much of her childhood in the Dominican Republic. Her parents were from the island. Her mother came from a well-positioned and wealthy family, but her father was rather poor. The family’s divided economic position was tied to political problems within the Dominican Republic.
In addition, he intensified his interest in homosexual characters who, like his early young characters, find themselves in confrontation with the oppressive societies that punish them because of their sexual orientation. His open treatment of homosexuality makes him a forerunner of writers on that subject in Latin American literature. Arturo, the Most Brilliant Star Type of work: Novel First published: Arturo, la estrella más brillante, 1984 (English translation, 1989) Arenas’s commitment to resisting and denouncing Cuba’s indoctrination practices is evident in his short novel Arturo, the Most Brilliant Star.
Antonio’s father wants him to become a horseman of the plain. Antonio’s mother wants him to become a priest to a farming community, which is in the highest tradition of the Luna family. The parents’ wishes are symptoms of a deeper spiritual challenge facing 28 / Rudolfo A. Anaya Antonio involving his Catholic beliefs and those associated with the magical world of a pre-Columbian past. Ultima, the curandera and a creature of both worlds, helps guide Antonio through the ordeal of understanding and dealing with these challenges.
American Ethnic Writers (Magill's Choice) by David R. Peck, Tracy Irons-Georges