Ghost Sickness by Luis Alberto Urrea

Ghost Sickness

Luis Alberto Urrea

95 pages first pub 1997 (editions)

nonfiction poetry emotional medium-paced


Luis Urrea confronts head-on the ghosts and contradictions of his being -- his father, a dark and crazy macho Mexicano who Luis admired and dreaded as a young boy; his proud and lonely Anglo mother, so out of place in the heat of Tijuana; and the ...

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