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Review: The Border: The Future of Post-Modernity by Sergio Gomez Montero; Harry Polkinhorn
Reviewed Works: The Border: The Future of Post-Modernity by Sergio Gomez Montero, Harry Polkinhorn; Nailed to the Wound by José Manuel Di Bella; Permanent Work: Poems 1981-1992 by Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz; Women on the Road by Rosina Conde; Fiction International 25 by Harold Jaffe, Rosina Conde, José Manuel Di Bella, Harry Polkinhorn, Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz
Review by: ROBERT HEADLEY
Western American Literature
Vol. 32, No. 2 (SUMMER 1997), pp. 153-160
Published by: University of Nebraska Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43021719
Page Count: 8
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