Indocumentados: el otro merengue. Front Cover. José Luis Ramos Escobar. Editorial Cultural, Bibliographic information. QR code for Indocumentados. Jose Luis Ramos Escobar. Indocumentados. El Otro Merengue. Teatro Drama. Puerto Rico. 1st Edition. Editorial Cultural,. primera edición ,. carpeta blanda . Indocumentados el Otro merenge. Calidad de la obra. Estructura bien construida. Contiene diálogos ágiles y coloquiales. Buena trama.

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New York UP, Resume making your offer if the page doesn’t update immediately. First, Gregorio has had a difficult time trying to find work in the U.

See all condition definitions – opens in a new window or tab. Not only did she perform a racial identity based on a personal affinity, but came to hold power based on a fictionalized narrative of Otherness; she was the President of the NAACP in Spokane, Washington.

Antiques and Collectables PR. In order to accomplish this, Ampliado suggests they seek out the papers of a deceased Puerto Rican man, stating: Rather, for example, within the United States context, the concept of passing can be dated to historical moments of slavery and abolition.

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Learn more – opens in a new window or tab. Given that the playwright is Puerto Rican, this difference is worth a brief reflection, and even more so considering that Indocumentados was first performed in Thanks for telling us about the problem.


This can be applied to Indocumentados as Gregorio-turned-Luis had to answer a series of questions about his paperwork to even start working at a factory. Beyond being subjected to racist rhetoric, Gregorio-turned-Luis seems to provoke it with his constant assertion of Puerto Rican dominance.

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Indocumentados: El otro merengue by José Luis Ramos Escobar

Identical in physical appearance and stature, Gregorio-turned-Luis is ready for his close up. Hence, the exclusion of Dominican flautist, Johnny Pacheco, is particularly provocative. See other items More This is to say that when the possibility to create a new representation of gender exists, most transformations are informed by what Halberstam refers to as this hegemonic model of race.

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Replacing his external indicators of passing equally included accepting anew the sounds of a nation, waving his bandera sonora dominicana. We are in business to serve you. Here, passing becomes entangled with the very notion of distinguishing authenticity from an imposter. Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. Sign in to check out Check out as guest. Yet the fierce debates among Puerto Ricans, Nuyoricans, Cubans and academics about the parentage of salsa have negated the possibility for a fluid and all encompassing discourse.

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Indocumentados is an astute reflection of the tensions and prejudices that newly arrived immigrants attempt to navigate and understand. Very little wear and tear. Faith, Doubt, and Identity in Autobiography.