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A richly imagined debut novel of friendship and forgiveness, Frontera Street explores the physical, cultural, and emotional borders that shape our lives. Nowhere are those lines more clearly drawn that in the small West Texas town of Los Cielos, and on the pavement of Frontera Street.
|Statement||Tanya Maria Barrientos|
|LC Classifications||PS3602.A837 F76 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||253 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||253|
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A richly imagined debut novel of friendship and forgiveness, Frontera Street explores the physical, cultural, and emotional borders that shape our lives, Carrying secrets and an unborn child, Dee Paxton leaves the affluent neighborhood of her youth and walks straight into Frontera Street Fabrics -- a little shop in the barrio only blocks from her home, but worlds apart/5.
Initially a short story of its own, the description of the milagro and its effect on family, community, and faith is the most in-depth, provocative and endearing section of the book. A good book club read, Frontera Street will provoke discussions about our own boundaries and the development of friendship, it also allows for interesting discussion on what it means to read about a character and feel as if you "know" /5(3).
fellas!). And the worst part is, in the case of FRONTERA STREET, it's unnecessary. Tanya Maria Barrientos's Frontera Street book is strong enough to stand just fine on its own. FRONTERA STREET is an exercise in contrast and, at the same time, a celebration of sameness. "Frontera" means "border" in Spanish, and.
The later story of how Dee moves into Alma’s house on Frontera Street and not only finds a family but changes Alma’s life as well is narrated by the two women and the nowyear-old Socorro.
When Dee, pregnant, collapses at work, a reluctant Alma takes her home, Author: Tanya Maria Barrientos. Buy this book Dee Paxton is 28, recently widowed and pregnant when she applies for a job at a fabric shop in the Mexican neighborhood of her West Texas town at the opening of Frontera Street by.
A richly imagined debut novel of friendship and forgiveness, Frontera Street explores the physical, cultural, and emotional borders that shape our lives. Nowhere are those lines more clearly drawn that in the small West Texas town of Los Cielos, and on the pavement of Frontera StreetPages: Frontera Street.
[Tanya Maria Barrientos] -- "Dee Paxton, a widow at twenty-eight, finds herself pregnant and alone, back in her hometown and afraid to face the future.
On impulse, she takes a job at a fabric store in the barrio, only minutes. Frontera Street by Barrientos, Tanya Maria Pregnant Dee Paxton leaves her affluent neighborhood to work at Frontera Street Fabrics, a little shop in the barrio near her old home, where she meets Alma Cruz, who is also a single mother.
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At this season of my life, I yearn to get back to my New Mexican roots. And while I live in the beautiful mountains of Virginia now, a large part of my heart will always be in the Southwest.
Frontera Street by Barrientos, Tanya Maria and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at It's hard to know how to review Frontera, as a debut novel. It is Lewis Shiner's debut novel it was originally published inbut is part of the definitive editions /5(13).
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Written by Alfredo Alva and Deborah Mills and Illustrated by Claudia Navarro Join a young boy and his father on a daring journey from Mexico to Texas to find a new life. They’ll need all the resilience and courage they can muster to safely cross the border − la frontera − and to.
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Frontera, eight miles northwest of downtown El Paso, was established in by T. Frank White, the first Anglo-American trader of record in the area. The site was on the east bank of the Rio Grande near Mule (now Cristo Rey) Mountain and was a popular point for fording the river.