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1 Castillo, Ana Loverboys
New York W.W. Norton and Company 1996 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Fine Signed by Author
This copy has been SIGNED by Ana Castillo on the title page. A collection of stories that displays the author's unique perspective on the joys and sorrows of love. Here is the experience of love captured in its wildly varying modes, from rapturous beginnings to melancholy middles to bittersweet ends, and in its equally varying configurations—man and woman, man and man, woman and woman. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 Castillo, Ana My Father Was a Toltec and Selected Poems
New York W.W. Norton and Company 1995 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Fine Signed by Author
This copy has been SIGNED by Ana Castillo on the title page. Ana Castillo has a deserved reputation as one of the country's most powerful and entrancing novelists, but she began her literary career as a poet of passion and uncompromising commitment. This collection brongs back into print the best of her early work, including selected poems from "The Invitation" and "Women Are Not Roses" and the entire text of her landmark 1988 collection, "My Father Was a Toltec." 
Price: 30.00 USD
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3 Castillo, Ana Peel My Love Like An Onion
New York Doubleday 1999 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Fine Signed by Author
This copy has been SIGNED by Ana Castillo on the title page. A lyrical, steamy, and moving story of a love triangle set in the colorful world of flamenco dancing. Julia Alvarez calls this "The best of Ana Castillo: sassy, satiric and stunningly lyrical." Rosario Ferré calls it ".a celebration of life lived to the hilt.This book will make you laugh and cry at the same time." 
Price: 30.00 USD
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4 Castillo, Ana Sapogonia
Binghamton, NY Bilingual Press 1990 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Illustrated Boards Signed by Author
This copy has been SIGNED by Ana Castillo on the title page. Ana Castillo brings to life in "Sapogonia" a distinct place in the Americas where all mesticos reside regardless of nationality, individual racial background, or legal residential status - or, perhaps, because of all of these. Issued without a dustjacket in illustrated boards. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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5 Castillo, Ana So Far From God
New York W.W. Norton and Company 1993 First Edition/First Printing Hard Cover Fine Fine Signed by Author
This copy has been SIGNED by Ms. Castillo on the title page. This highly regarded author's third novel. Ana Castillo's triumph in "So Far From God" is to weave the mundane and the miraculous, the modern and the archaic, and the tragic and the humorous into one rich novelistic fabric. Sandra Cisneros has said ".a novel roaring down Interstate 25 at one hundred and fifteen miles an hour with an almanac of Chicanismo." 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6 Castillo, Ana The Mixquiahuala Letters
Binghamton, NY Bilingual Press 1986 First Edition/First Printing Hardcover Fine Illustrated Boards Signed by Author
This copy has been SIGNED by Ana Castillo on the title page. "The Mixquiahuala Letters", an epistolary novel focusing on the correspondence between two Hispanic women, is a probing description of the relationship between the sexes. The novel is a far-ranging social and cultural document that encompasses both Mexican and United States Hispanic forms of love and gender conflict. Winner of the Before Columbus Foundation's American Book Award. Issued without a dustjacket in illustrated boards. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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