by Rudolfo Anaya

Abran Gonzalez is a homeboy from the barrio, a young boxer whose world is shattered forever the night he is summoned to his mother's deathbed. He learns he is the son of an unknown Mexican man - a man he is desperately compelled to find. His quest will bring him in contact with many unpleasant characters.

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  • Rudolfo Anaya was raised in the nearby town of Santa Rosa, New Mexico. His father was a vaquero from a family of cattle workers and sheepherders. His mother’s family was composed of farmers from Puerto De Luna in the Pecos Valley of New Mexico.[2] Anaya grew up with two half-brothers, from his mother’s previous marriage, and four sisters. The beauty of the desert flatlands of New Mexico, referenced as the llano in Anaya's writings, had a profound influence on his early childhood.

  •  ISBN-13:9780826340597

    Publisher:University of New Mexico  Press

    Publication date:02/16/2006

    Pages:286

     

    - Albuquerque (N.M.) -Mexican Americans - Ethnic relations

    - Birthparents - Young men -Political fiction - Boxers (Sports)

    - Bildungsromans - Love stories