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“Spaces of the Southwest: Dis-Ease, Disease, and Healing in Denise Chávez’s The Last of the Menu Girls and Face of an Angel.” Troubling Nationhood in U.S. Latina Literature: Explorations of Place and Belonging, by MAYA SOCOLOVSKY, Rutgers University Press, NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY; LONDON, 2013, pp. 29–60, www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5hjcbq.5. Accessed 31 July 2021.
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SOCOLOVSKY, M. (2013). Spaces of the Southwest: Dis-ease, Disease, and Healing in Denise Chávez’s The Last of the Menu Girls and Face of an Angel. In Troubling Nationhood in U.S. Latina Literature: Explorations of Place and Belonging (pp. 29-60). NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY; LONDON: Rutgers University Press. Retrieved July 31, 2021, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5hjcbq.5
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SOCOLOVSKY, MAYA. "Spaces of the Southwest: Dis-ease, Disease, and Healing in Denise Chávez’s The Last of the Menu Girls and Face of an Angel." In Troubling Nationhood in U.S. Latina Literature: Explorations of Place and Belonging, 29-60. NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY; LONDON: Rutgers University Press, 2013. Accessed July 31, 2021. http://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5hjcbq.5.

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