Perspectivas de una sociedad multicultural: Análisis de George Washington Gómez y Native Speaker

Lee Seong Hun
October 2011
Confluencia;Fall2011, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p99
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
This article provides literary criticism for the novels "George Washington Gómez," by Américo Paredes, and "Native Speaker," by Chang-rae Lee. It examines the elements of nationalist ideology in the books, which are used to comment on the teaching of an official language. The author also studies the multicultural aspects of the books, including the assimilation of immigrants in "Native Speaker" and the treatment of minorities in "George Washington Gómez."


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