Journal of South Texas English Studies
A literary criticism of the book "Borderlands," by Gloria Anzaldua is presented. It highlights the history of the unequal relationship between the Gringos and the Chicanos societies. It explores the transformation of all the members of the world community who have ever felt themselves victims of oppression and marginalization. Also discussed is the self-conscious attempt to construct and theorize a type of post-modern collective self called the new mestiza identity.
Cloud, C. (2010). Gloria Anzaldua’s Borderlands: Pathway to a Pluralized Persona. Jostes: The Journal of South Texas English Studies, 1(2), 1–10.
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