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Loosing My Espanish

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Popular American Fiction, Fiction - General, Fiction, Literary, Fiction / Lit
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Open LibraryOL8364104M
ISBN 101400078148
ISBN 139781400078141
OCLC/WorldCa62137457

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Carrillo, Author. Pantheon $23 (p) ISBN Buy this book. In Carrillo's energetic but uneven debut. About Loosing My Espanish. Oscar Delossantos is about to lose his job as a teacher at a Jesuit high school in Chicago.

Rather than go quietly, he embarks on a valiant last history lesson that chronicles the flight from Cuba of his makeshift extended g the struggle between nostalgia and the realities of the Cuban Revolution with both grit and lyricism, he inspires his.

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Oscar Delossantos is about to lose his job as a teacher at a Jesuit high school in Chicago. Rather than go quietly, he embarks on a valiant last history lesson that chronicles the flight from Cuba of his makeshift extended g the struggle between nostalgia and the realities of the Cuban Revolution with both grit and lyricism, he inspires his students with an altogether.

Loosing My Espanish. Carrillo's first full-length novel, Loosing My Espanish (Pantheon, ) addresses the complexities of Latino immigration, religiously associated education, homosexuality, and lower class struggles from a Cuban immigrant's mater: Cornell University, bachelor of arts.

While some of strands of this complicated narrative continue to remain somewhat unclear by the novel’s end, Loosing my Espanish is well worth taking ones time and luxuriating in. Readers should grab a mojito, put on some Celia Cruz and let the novel’s languages wash over them.

Carrillo is performing a very complicated dance with narrative and time, “loose-limbed and 4/5(1). CARRILLO is the author of Loosing My Espanish, a novel, published by Pantheon Books and in paperback by Anchor Books. His short stories have appeared in Kenyon Review, Conjunctions, The Iowa Review, Glimmer Train, Ninth Letter, Slice and.

H.G. Carrillo is the author of Loosing My Espanish ( avg rating, 67 ratings, 13 reviews, published )/5. Carrillo is a PhD candidate and an instructor in the Department of English at Cornell University, where he received his MFA.

His work has appeared in Glimmer Train, Kenyon Review, Turnrow, and other publications, and is forthcoming in Iowa Review.

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Loosing My Espanish, his first novel, will be published by Pantheon Books in October Loosing My Espanish (novel), Pantheon Books (New York, NY), Contributor to periodicals, including Iowa Review, Glimmer Train, and Kenyon Review.

SIDELIGHTS: H.G. Carrillo uses his writing to explore the experiences of Spanish speakers living in the United States, examining both their lives in this country and the culture, traditions. With her bestselling debut novel Amy and Isabelle shortlisted for the Orange Prize, Elizabeth Strout was well on her way to making a name for herself.

The book was subsequently turned into a made-for-TV movie. Her third book, Olive Kitteridge, a collection of linked stories, won the Pulitzer Prize in Her newest novel My Name Is Lucy Barton made the Longlist for the. Loosing My Espanish by H.G.

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