Monthly Archives: May 2013

Bless me, Ultima / Bendíceme, Ultima


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by Rudolfo Anaya

Set in New Mexico during the 1940s, young Antonio Márez, who is raised under the protective wing of a mystic and herbal healer, seeks out his family heritage while learning the secrets of his mentor.

En Nuevo México durante la década de 1940, el joven Antonio Márez—criado por una curandera mística—busca a su legado familiar mientras aprende los secretos de su mentor.

Latin@Literature Discussion Group will meet Wednesday, June 12, 7-8:30 p.m., 3rd Floor meeting room. Attendees have the option to read in English and/or Spanish. Discussions may also be in English and Spanish. Attendees do not have to be bilingual. Copies of Rudolfo Anaya’s Bless me, Ultima (Spanish: Bendíceme, Ultima) will be held at the 2nd floor Readers Services Desk one month before the discussion. Call to register at (847) 448-8620!