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Good Bandits, Warrior Women, and Revolutionaries in Hispanic Culture


ISBN: 978-1-931010-71-9
144 pp. | paper | $17.00
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scholarly papers edited by Gary Francisco Keller

Part of the larger Bold Caballeros and Noble Bandidas project at Arizona State University's Hispanic Research Center, Good Bandits, Warrior Women, and Revolutionaries in Hispanic Culture is the fruit of an exciting conference that was held in Phoenix in 2009. The first section contains articles dedicated to good, good-bad, and bad people across Hispanic culture, including such characters as gay caballeros, the heroes and villains in Zapata Westerns, and Don Quixote , among others. The second section explores stories from popular culture and novels that are set in the Mexican Revolution of 1910, such as Los de abajo , La negra Angustias , Teresa de Cabora with her villainous sister Jovita, the memories of a soldadera from Madero to the cristeros, and bandido Pancho Villa as a blessed religious hero of the people.