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  1. says:

    Rated 35 My first time reading from this author There was a lot that went on in this story with a Mexican family but especia

  2. says:

    A serendipitous find one of my very best More than ever I am implicitly trusting my instincts these days when it comes to discovering new books good books What else can possibly explain my finger stopping on this title while browsing the shelves in the used books section of East London's Durning Hall? A book that I had never heard of in a lifetime of bookwormery? Nothing except that odd staccato name Pocho and a triple barrel H

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    WHAT is this book? It starts like Bless Me Última or a Mexican American Last Picture Show a funny serious tale of a smarter than average outsider boy who comes of age in an isolated town in a moment of exceptional national turmoil with lots o

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    Pocho was a little journey through American Mexican history But for such a little book too much was packed into it The character stories were disintegrated It started out with Pocho's dad and his lover and then it suddenly jumped to his life with his wife and the birth of Pocho And since the author tried to cover so muc

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    This was a random find I bought at a used book store and I have to say this wasn’t what I expectedThere were some scenes that were fantastic in understanding the oppression of Mexicans who want a better life and other scenes I unfortunately could not relate to mainly because this book was for Chicanos than Chicanas but really a fascinating read💚

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    it was a nice book because it was showing what the chicanosmexicans want to do to change how people look at usHe came out the struggle just any other chicano bu at the end we had to show who we were really are

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    Note This is a lengthy analysis of Pocho originally written for my college class LynThe 1959 novel Pocho by José Antonio Villarreal is an insightful cultural exposition told primarily from the vantage point of Richard Rubio the comi

  8. says:

    Idk whether to give this five stars cause it made me laugh so much or 1 star because it’s garbage

  9. says:

    25 stars? There were parts of it that I really enjoyed and were wonderfully written But there are times I didn't uite understand the point of Richard's story It's written in vignettes You see short episodes of Richard's life as he'

  10. says:

    The book “Pocho” by Jose Antonio Villarreal is a well written novel that mainly portrays the hardships a kid of immigrant paren

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Pocho by José Antonio Villareal

Young man influenced by two worlds reveals both the uniueness of the Mexican American experiences and its common ties with the struggles of all Americans whatever their past.. 25 stars There were parts of it that I really enjoyed and were wonderfully written But there are times I didn t uite understand the point of Richard s story It s written in vignettes You see short episodes of Richard s life as he s growing up but some things don t uite connect with others It s like things just WERE and sad to say I m just not a huge fan of that kind of writing Plus I HATED the way he treated Zelda I wanted to see of his internal conflict as a Mexican American

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Villarreal illuminates here the world of pochos Americans whose parents come to the United States from Mexico Set in Depression era California the novel focuses on Richard a y. Rated 35 My first time reading from this author There was a lot that went on in this story with a Mexican family but especially a young boy that sees everything going on through his family but also the people around him A good story Devoted to Drew y. Rated 35 My first time reading from this author There was a lot that went on in this story with a Mexican family but especially a

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Oung pocho who experiences the intense conflict between loyalty to the traditions of his family's past and attraction to new ideas Richard's struggle to achieve adulthood as a. This was a random find I bought at a used book store and I have to say this wasn t what I expectedThere were some scenes that were fantastic in understanding the oppression of Mexicans who want a better life and other scenes I unfortunately could not relate to mainly because this book was for Chicanos than Chicanas but really a fascinating read

  • Paperback
  • 187
  • Pocho by José Antonio Villareal
  • José Antonio Villareal
  • English
  • 02 December 2019
  • 9780385061186

About the Author: José Antonio Villareal

José Antonio Villarreal July – January was a Chicano novelistVillarreal was born in in Los Angeles California to migrant Mexican farmworkers Like Juan Manuel Rubio in Pocho Villarreal's father fought with Pancho Villa in the Mexican Revolution He spent four years in the Navy before attending the University of California at Berkeley in .