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READ ç Canícula: Snapshots of a Girlhood en la Frontera à Canicula the dog days a particularly intense part of the summer when most cotton is harvested in South Texas In Norma Cantu's fictionalized memoir of Laredo in the 1940s 1950s and early 1960s it also represents a time between childhood and an as yet unknown adulthoodCanicula the dog days a particularly intense part of the summer when most cotton is harvested in South Texas In Norma Cantu's fictionalized memoir of Laredo in the 1940s 1950s. I could not make it to the end It was an interesting concept for the author to take others' photographs and write a story based off them but it didn't capture my attention for too long It was good for the most part but I got over it pretty fast and didn’t care to finish

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And early 1960s it also represents a time between childhood and an as yet unknown adulthood Actual snapshots and the author's re created memories allow readers to experience th. Made it a little over halfway before abandoning While the vignettes were charming and colorful there was no sense of this ever unfolding into a larger story

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Canícula Snapshots of a Girlhood en la FronteraE pivotal events of this world births deaths injuries fiestas rites of passage This popular book won the 1995 Premio Aztlan and is now available in paperback for the first time. I liked this a lot then I thought I was going to I was surprised because the whole premise of the book is that it's a memoir but it's also fictional The author is taking pictures out of a shoe box in no particular order and telling autobiographical accounts of what happened but it's also fictional as well I've never had a good stream of consciousness experience until now you would call it that wouldn't you I think it's because San Antonio is mentioned so many times and I'm very close to the border culture that I'm always interested in hearing about it It's not a part of my individual culture but it's in the culture of San Antonio and that's why I think it's so easy to connect to It was interesting how life and death were so closely interconnected The book wasn't traditionally organized but the stories that were chosen to be near each other was smartly executed I'll degonirely give a book like this another try