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From the Publisher...an excellent examination of identity politics in Mexico.
—A Contra corriente
"Chorba's interdisciplinary study is refreshing and astute."
—Bulletin of Spanish Studies
In this useful monograph for historians, fans of literary criticism, and students of modern Mexico, Chorba illuminates the fluidity of national identity.
—Hispanic American Historical Review
Chorba's book will be of great interest to scholars of Mexican literature and culture because it tackles a big subject—the question of national identity that has been at the heart of the country's most significant intellectual debates at least since the time of the Revolution of 1910. This combination of meticulous scholarly research and high critical acumen makes this absorbing study both very informative and fun to read.
—Maarten van Delden, Rice University
Chorba has written a significant and timely manuscript. The most significant book to date on the Salinas government.
—William Beezley, University of Arizona