Hinojosa is treated here from the perspective of his place in the mainstream of American literature and with his attempts to write works that speak to a large and more diverse audience, rather than from the perspective of his place within the world of Texas-Mexican literature. Joyce Lee does not neglect the regional aspects of Hinojosa's works, but puts them into the context of what they say about the vitality of American culture at large and about the Mexican culture's variations of the American Dream.
Covers Hinojosa's full-length books— Dear Rafe, Klail City, The Useless Servants, The Valley, Partners in Crime, and Rites and Witnesses —as well as his essays and articles.
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Published by University of North Texas Press