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by Natalie L.M. Petesch
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Short Stories & Anthologies
  • Author:
    Natalie L.M. Petesch
  • ISBN:
    0804009392
  • ISBN13:
    978-0804009393
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  • Publisher:
    Swallow Press; 1 edition (December 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    124 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Short Stories & Anthologies
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    4.1
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Mirthless documentary-style stories about turn-of-the-century Polish .

Mirthless documentary-style stories about turn-of-the-century Polish immigrants struggling to find a home in America. The eight stories and novella here all involve ordinary people who start out from the village of Lunawicz and who, as Petesch (Flowing Mimosa, 1987, et. writes in the dedication, & my mother, came, labored in misery, cold, and darkness, and perished unknown.

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Petesch has published ten previous books of fiction, including the Swallow Press titles Duncan's Colony, Flowering Mimosa, Justina of Andalusia, and The Immigrant Train. She lives in Pittsburgh. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Natalie L. M. Petesch has published ten previous books of fiction, including the Swallow Press titles Duncan's Colony, Flowering Mimosa, Justina of Andalusia, and The Immigrant Train. Библиографические данные. Duncan's Colony Pennsylvania writers collection. Natalie L. Petesch. Are you sure you want to remove Justina of Andalusia & other stories from your list?

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By Petesch, Natalie L. Short stories based on the author's family who were poor Polish immigrants. In eight lively stories, the author chronicles Chinese and other immigrant groups as they exuberantly take on America. Interpreter of Maladies.

This collection of stories is, like Petesch’s previous work, distinguished by its brilliant lyrical intensity and by characters who are stunningly alive. It is a powerful collection about impassioned cultural conflicts in present-day Spain and Mexico; it is also a book about ourselves—how we have failed to love the Earth and have squandered our resources.In the title story, it is Justina Olivia who breaks the moral law of her village in an unforgettable love story. In “Senior Coloma’s Class,” a mother of grown children learns to read, and learns, too, that the Tree of Knowledge bears unpredictable fruit. In a story set in Monterrey, Mexico, Dr. Melindez Gutierrez dedicates his life to the barrios of the poor, while in another story also set in Monterrey, “Manolo’s Secret,” an Indian street beggar shares her life with a young immigrant from Spain.These remarkable characters can only add to Petesch’s wide reputation not only for creating people out of pathos and courage, but also for a prose style throughout that is luminous and captivating.Justina of Andalusia and Other Stories is well suited to American literature classes, to Women’s Studies courses, Latin American Studies programs, and to American Studies programs in the United States and abroad. It would be particularly useful as a text in cross-cultural programs.