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This book examines modern Afro-Latin@ literature and its depiction of the multifaceted id encompassing the separate identifications of american citizens and the often-conflicting identities of blacks and Latin@s.  The Afro-Latin@ adventure in modern American Literature and Culture highlights the writers’ goals to outline Afro-Latin@ id, to rewrite historic narratives in order that they comprise the Afro-Latin@ adventure and to depict the hunt for belonging.  Their writing examines the Afro-Latin@ come across with race in the US and exposes the trauma caused by the old violence of colonialism and slavery. 

 

 

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