"we are all of paper": Hypertextual Bodily Instantiation and Colonized Narrative in Salvador Plascencia's The People of Paper
Anderson, Michael John
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To scaffold my intervention into the novel, the theory and literature I encountered in both ENGL-223 Chicana/o Literature and ENGL-436 Literary Theory was foundational in building to the final section that analyzes in conjunction with the hypertext form of the novel. I was able to construct an analysis and work that tackles U.S.-Mexican identity and the way bodies are written, and ENGL-223 Chicana/o Literature was the most influential course in establishing the way this project deals with Chicano identity. I drew from a great deal of theory that was covered in that course and the fictional texts were important for foregrounding the project.
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