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From the Publisher"A well-written, cogently argued book that packs an incredible amount of analysis into a short space. . . . An excellent book."
— Cuban Studies
"Informative and rewarding reading for scholars in both historical and literary fields."
— New West Indian Guide
"Lazo's is the first and only complete study of the essays, periodical articles, poetry and fiction of this important literary corpus, and it is the first study to suggest the new paradigm of transnationalism, a paradigm that can be applied to all of the writings of Hispanics in the United States. . . . It will make a strong contribution in the fields of Latin American studies and literature, cultural studies, Caribbean literature, and American studies. It is a model for the type of scholarship that needs to be conducted in recovering the historical and literary past. (Nicolás Kanellos, University of Houston)"