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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: What makes Genaro Padilla's work extraordinary.is its accessibility to readers and the personal dialogue that he inserts throughout the scholarly study. There is a conversation taking place between Padilla and the Historia. Padilla is a native of New Mexico and can trace his ancestors several generations back. [B]oth his close and extended family still make their home in that region. But he has been able to detach himself from the Spanish 'fantasy heritage' common in the minds of many New Mexican Hispanics. His keen intellect has allowed him to clearly see the 'other side of the conquest,' that is, the Native American point of view. This personal dialogue interspersed throughout the scholarly analysis plus the challenging ethical questions posed in the book make it difficult to stop reading. As one leafs through the pages of the book, the reader looks forward to those intimate and heartfelt conversations Padilla carries on with the Historia. Villagr's work comes alive and speaks to us, contemporary readers in our own time and place. The Historia is no longer a dusty, long-forgotten, seventeenth-century document but one that speaks to us in the here and now. The blood spilt on the Acomamesa by the Spanish soldiers continues to fertilize each subsequent generation of indigenous peoples and insures that the crimes visited upon their ancestors are never forgotten. Book jacket. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Doomed from the beginning to be read as history rather than poetry, Gaspar Pérez de Villagrá's Historia de la Nueva México chronicles Captain Juan de Oñate's conquest of New Mexico from its inception in 1595 to the battle of Acoma in 1599. Its publication in 1610 was overshadowed by Cervantes's already wildly popular Don Quixote, and fewer than a dozen copies of the original have survived the last four centuries. In April of 1610, the same month that Villagrá's Historia was published in Spain, the once powerful Oñate, the last conquistador and one who remains a divisive figure among native groups and Hispanics to this day, rode into Mexico City, humiliated, having been banished from la Nueva México.

In this engaging study Genaro Padilla enters into Villagrá's epic poem of the Oñate expedition to reveal that the soldier was no mere chronicler but that his writing offers a subtle critique of the empire whose expansion he seems to be celebrating. A close reading of the rhetorical subtleties in the poem, Padilla argues, reveals that Villagrá surreptitiously parodies the King and Viceroy for their failures of vision and effectively dismantles Oñate as the iconic figure he has become today. Padilla's study is not simply a close reading of this challenging work; it is also a lucid critique of our modern engagement with foundational documents, cultural celebrations, and our awareness of our relationship with New Mexico's complicated multicultural legacies.

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Buchbeschreibung University of New Mexico Press. Hardback. Buchzustand: new. BRAND NEW, The Daring Flight of My Pen: Cultural Politics and Gaspar Perez De Villagra's Historia De La Nueva Mexico, 1610, Genaro M. Padilla, Doomed from the beginning to be read as history rather than poetry, Gaspar P rez de Villagr 's "Historia de la Nueva M xico" chronicles Captain Juan de O ate's conquest of New Mexico from its inception in 1595 to the battle of Acoma in 1599. Its publication in 1610 was overshadowed by Cervantes's already wildly popular Don Quixote, and fewer than a dozen copies of the original have survived the last four centuries. In April of 1610, the same month that Villagr 's "Historia" was published in Spain, the once powerful O ate, the last conquistador and one who remains a divisive figure among native groups and Hispanics to this day, rode into Mexico City, humiliated, having been banished from la Nueva M xico.In this engaging study Genaro Padilla enters into Villagr 's epic poem of the O ate expedition to reveal that the soldier was no mere chronicler but that his writing offers a subtle critique of the empire whose expansion he seems to be celebrating. A close reading of the rhetorical subtleties in the poem, Padilla argues, reveals that Villagr surreptitiously parodies the King and Viceroy for their failures of vision and effectively dismantles O ate as the iconic figure he has become today. Padilla's study is not simply a close reading of this challenging work; it is also a lucid critique of our modern engagement with foundational documents, cultural celebrations, and our awareness of our relationship with New Mexico's complicated multicultural legacies. Buchnummer des Verkäufers B9780826349705

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Buchbeschreibung University of New Mexico Press, United States, 2011. Hardback. Buchzustand: New. 234 x 157 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Doomed from the beginning to be read as history rather than poetry, Gaspar P rez de Villagr s Historia de la Nueva M xico chronicles Captain Juan de O ate s conquest of New Mexico from its inception in 1595 to the battle of Acoma in 1599. Its publication in 1610 was overshadowed by Cervantes s already wildly popular Don Quixote, and fewer than a dozen copies of the original have survived the last four centuries. In April of 1610, the same month that Villagr s Historia was published in Spain, the once powerful O ate, the last conquistador and one who remains a divisive figure among native groups and Hispanics to this day, rode into Mexico City, humiliated, having been banished from la Nueva M xico.In this engaging study Genaro Padilla enters into Villagr s epic poem of the O ate expedition to reveal that the soldier was no mere chronicler but that his writing offers a subtle critique of the empire whose expansion he seems to be celebrating. A close reading of the rhetorical subtleties in the poem, Padilla argues, reveals that Villagr surreptitiously parodies the King and Viceroy for their failures of vision and effectively dismantles O ate as the iconic figure he has become today. Padilla s study is not simply a close reading of this challenging work; it is also a lucid critique of our modern engagement with foundational documents, cultural celebrations, and our awareness of our relationship with New Mexico s complicated multicultural legacies. Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAN9780826349705

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