(From the publisher):
Born in Tijuana, the son of an Anglo woman and a Mexican father, Luis Urrea says, "Home isnít just a place, it is also a language." In these six stories, each wandering beneath different kinds of sky, from the thick Mazatlan starry night to the wide open spaces of the Sioux Nation in South Dakota, Urrea maps the spiritual geography of what he calls "home." These stories are puro Urrea—sad, funny, tragic, Mexican, Indian, gringo, passionate and fun.
- Mr. Mendoza's Paintbrush
- Taped to the Sky
- First Light
- A Day in the Life
- Father Returns from the Mountain
- Bid Farewell to Her Many Horses
- An Afterword: Amazing Grace: Story and Writer
Original title: Six Kinds of Sky
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Ethnic And Multicultural
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