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  1. Movimientos de rebeldia y las culturas que traicionan.Gloria Anzaldua - 2007 - Multitudes 2 (2):51-60.
    A man and a woman at the same time, borne by the desire for freedom – free, against all psychoanalytic dogmas, to move between two world. She invokes her chicana identity, created in the history of resistance of the Indian woman ; she asserts her mestiza culture – white, Mexican and Indian at the same time, a culture developed according to a feminist plan. Chicanas live in between several world, and tell their story in their own words : a first-person (...)
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  2. I Ndex.Elliot Abrams, M. H. Abrams, Patricia Aburdene, John Narsbut, Ahmad Aijaz, Anderson Perry, Phillip Anderson, Gloria Anzaldua, A. Carol & Aqumas St Thomas - 1995 - In Jeffrey Williams (ed.), Pc Wars: Politics and Theory in the Academy. Routledge. pp. 331.
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    Feminist Autobiography in the 1980sThe House on Mango StreetBorderlands/La Frontera: The New MestizaPeople Who Led to My PlaysZami: A New Spelling of My Name: A BiomythographyIn My Mother's HouseBronx Primitive: Portraits in a ChildhoodLandscape for a Good Woman: A Story of Two LivesA Restricted CountryThe Last of the Menu Girls.Regenia Gagnier, Sandra Cisneros, Gloria Anzaldúa, Adrienne Kennedy, Audre Lorde, Kim Chernin, Kate Simon, Carolyn Kay Steedman, Joan Nestle, Denise Chávez, Gloria Anzaldua & Denise Chavez - 1991 - Feminist Studies 17 (1):135.
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