Rebozos
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Wings Press, 2012.
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9781609402334

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Celebrating both the rebozo as a cultural icon of Mexico and the series of rebozo-inspired paintings by Mexican-California artist Catalina Gárate, this bilingual collection of poems gives voices of strength, endurance, joy, and sorrow to the women of Gárate’s paintings. The rebozo is considered a physical manifestation of Mexican womanhood throughout every stage of life and can be used as a tool of daily labor: a sling to carry children, a shield from weather or from prying eyes, an heirloom, and even a shroud. Inspired by each painting, these poems, in both Spanish and English, are accompanied by a historical explanation of the role of the rebozo in Mexican history, art, and culture.

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Carmen Tafolla., Catalina Gárate García., & Hector Garcia Manzanedo. (2012). Rebozos. Wings Press.

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Carmen Tafolla, Catalina Gárate García and Hector Garcia Manzanedo. 2012. Rebozos. Wings Press.

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Carmen Tafolla, Catalina Gárate García and Hector Garcia Manzanedo, Rebozos. Wings Press, 2012.

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Carmen Tafolla, Catalina Gárate García, and Hector Garcia Manzanedo. Rebozos. Wings Press, 2012. Web.

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