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Ethnic Studies Review (1996) 19 (2-3): 209–224.
Published: 01 June 1996
...Ellen Puccinelli Laura Esquivel's 1989 Mexican novel Like Water for Chocolate, neither translated into English nor published in the United States until 1992, was both an American bestseller and the basis for an acclaimed motion picture. Interestingly, though, Esquivel's work also seems to be...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2008) 31 (2): 100–125.
Published: 01 January 2008
... contestants' fi rst-world status, and revea ls thei r ignorance. For instance, on Survivor: Africa one team dumped the water out of the i r clay pots ( instead of d ri n ki ng i t) so that they wou l dn't have to carry the weight on thei r h i ke to the i r camp.1 1 Perhaps more tel l i ng i s the fact that...
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Ethnic Studies Review (2006) 29 (2): 66–85.
Published: 01 January 2006
... by the Tay lor Brothers M i l l s i n London, Eng l a nd, wh i c h does not l onger operate w i th water- power as the more p r im i t i ve m i l l on the actu a l p l a ntat ion . The smok ing c h imneys of the Bri t i sh factory m a rk the tr i umph of the i ndustr i a l i zed West over the a rch a...
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Ethnic Studies Review (1984) 7 (1): 39–51.
Published: 01 January 1984
... who threw the boy into the water. Eva snaps: "You. Sula. What's the difference Just alike. Both of you. Never was no difference between you " (144-145, S). At the end of the novel, Morrison gives her readers the satisfaction of Nel's learning, finally, to recognize Sula's glory; but we are left...