By William H. Beezley, Cheryl E. Martin, William E. French
This ebook provides readers with scholarship on public celebrations and pop culture all through Mexican background. major students from the Americas and nice Britain talk about points of Mexico's pop culture from the 17th century to the current. The large diversity of Mexican expression is tested, together with Corpus Christi celebrations, New Spain, stone work of art, and people theater. Filling a necessity that turns into ever extra urgent, this quantity offers clean insights.
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