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"As mestizos, we have to understand not only our European heritage, but also our Native American heritage." - Rudolfo Anaya

Tortuga presents the agonizing and tragic world of one who is trapped, be it by a physical impediments or a mental barrier - Armando Miguelez.

Discussion of Tortuga in terms of various general features of magic realism.

New Mexico novelist Rudolfo Anaya searches for symbols of his Native American soul.

Adapted from a speech presented to the Seventh Annual Bilingual / Multicultural Education Regional Conference, Denver, Colorado, October 12, 1978 - Rudolfo A. Anaya.

The following is an amended version of an address delivered by Rudolfo A. Anaya in September, 1981 to the New Mexico Council of Teachers of English - Editor.


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