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Explorations in Ethnic Studies
In the last few years the New Mexican Chicano narrative has taken a significant place within Chicano fiction. Writers like Anaya, Candelaria, and Ulibarri have revealed the uniqueness of being Chicano in New Mexico, often writing about the people who have maintained their century-old ties with past customs and ways of life. Orlando Romero’s novel, Nambe--Year One, adds a new and interesting voice to this growing body of literature.
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