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Loving Pedro Infante

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Published by Washington Square Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modern fiction,
  • Fiction - General,
  • Fiction,
  • Literary,
  • Fiction / Literary,
  • 1917-1957,
  • Appreciation,
  • Infante, Pedro,

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7950153M
    ISBN 100743445732
    ISBN 109780743445733
    OCLC/WorldCa49336724

      Books; Movies; Television; Pop Culture; Food; Art & Design; over the dashing legend of the golden age of Mexican cinema in her second novel, Loving Pedro Infante (published by Farrar. Wings Press is republishing her book for the caravan. Barbara Renaud Gonzalez author of "Golondrina, why did you leave me?" Denise Chavez author of "Loving Pedro Infante." Rudolfo Anaya author of "Bless Me, Ultima." BANNED. He charged us to "Occupy Arizona." The Ban Will Not Dictate Nor Eradicate Our Literature. Pedro Infante, Sara Garcia and María Eugenia Llamas. Pedro Infante is said by many to have been the greatest Mexican actor and singer of all times. As Mexican American author, Denise Chavez, in her book "Loving Pedro Infante" put it humorously, "If you're a [Mexican], and don't know who he is, you should be tied to a hot stove with a yucca Directed by: Roberto Rodríguez.


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Author Denise Chavez will have you to rooting for Pedro and his characters, but more importantly, and more impressively, she will have you doing the same for Tere Avila. Pedro is a man of the people/5.

Another one of Denise Chavez's good books, Loving Pedro Infante intertwines romanticism with contemporary fiction.

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Another one of Denise Chavez's good books, Loving Pedro Infante intertwines romanticism with contemporary fiction. Pedro Infante, a popular Mexican actor during the forties and the fifties, is a hearthrob for Teresina Avila, her best friend Irma, and her fan club members.

He is /5(23). Books by Denise Chávez (Author of Loving Pedro Infante) Denise Chávez has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings. Denise Chávez’s most popular book is Ramona. Denise Chávez has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Another one of Denise Chavez's good books, Loving Pedro Infante intertwines romanticism with contemporary fiction. Pedro Infante, a popular Mexican actor during the forties and the fifties, is a hearthrob for Teresina Avila, her best friend Irma, and her fan club members.

He is /5. Chavez was offered a professorship in creative writing at UNM, during which time she wrote the novel Loving Pedro Infante, which earned her critical acclaim. She left the University, however, to work at a rape crisis center.

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New York: Farrar, Straus, & Giroux, First edition. Hardcover. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, pgs, 1st edition. A novel about love's labors lost unraveling the fictions we weave to justify loving the wrong mate. Ex-library with minimal markings. Very Good+ in Very Good+ DJ. Item # ISBN: Book Edition: First Edition.

Loving Pedro Infante Denise Chavez, Author Farrar Straus Giroux $24 the book gives us heroines we didn't know we had and makes us understand that love means embracing flaws our own as well as. Infante, Pedro,Mexican American women, Motion picture actors and actresses, Man-woman relationships, Fans (Persons) Publisher New York: Pocket BooksPages:   Denise Chávez’s Loving Pedro Infante is one of those books that becomes your friend.

Tere Avila is an “educational assistant” – teacher’s aide – in Cabritoville, near El Paso. She’s a divorced, something woman who spends her time hanging out with her best friend, Irma, at Tino’s La Tempestad Lounge every Friday and Saturday night and serving as secretary in the Pedro.

Loving Pedro Infante: a novel by Chávez, Denise. Publication date Topics Infante, Pedro,Mexican American women, Motion picture actors and actresses, Man-woman relationships, Fans (Persons) Publisher New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux Internet Archive Books.

American : The following is an excerpt from the book Loving Pedro Infante: A Novel. 1 ¡Híjole. In the Darkness. In the darkness of El Colón movie theater, larger than life and superimposed on a giant screen, Pedro Infante, the Mexican movie star, stares straight at me with his dark, smoldering eyes.

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Tere, who lives in a dusty town outside El Paso, is having an affair with a married man but loses herself in the movies of late film and musical star Pedro Infante, a man known as the Mexican Elvis. About the Book In the soothing darkness of her local theater, thirty-something teacher's aide and divorcée Teresina "Tere" Ávila looks straight into the smoldering eyes.

Get this from a library. Loving Pedro Infante: a novel. [Denise Chávez] -- Teresina "Tere" Avila escapes from her life in a small New Mexican town through being secretary of the local Pedro Infante Club.

Title: Loving Pedro Infante: a novel: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Chávez, D: Place Published: New York, NY: Publisher: Farrar Straus and Giroux: Year: Loving Pedro Infante should be read with an open mind and heart while testing your compassion and intelligence, shining a light on a bit of the nastiness that occurs at night.

The most important lesson the book teaches anyone is to count the cost of loving versus being in love. Not much of a difference, but one that means either happiness or.

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The love of her life is Lucio. Denise Chávez's book Loving Pedro Infante is filled with so many laughs that I wanted to call up some old lovers in the middle of the night and tickle their lonely (at least I can hope) bones with a few of the hundreds of funny passages.

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Especially for those people who live in America, so called. Loving Pedro Infante In the soothing darkness of her local theater, thirty-something teacher's aide and divorcée Teresina Tere Ávila looks straight into the smoldering eyes of Pedro Infante and wonders where her life has gone.4/4(16).

Funny, raunchy novel from the author of American Book Award–winner Face of an Angel (), this is about lonely women in a dusty bordertown. Tere Ávila is a school aide at Cabritoville Elementary in New Mexico with little to do after hours but check out the same losers in the same bars and commiserate with her girlfriends, fellow members of the Pedro Infante Fan : Denise Chávez.

Pedro Infante Cruz (Spanish: [ˈpeðɾo iɱˈfante]; 18 November – 15 April ) was a Mexican actor and singer. Hailed as one of the greatest actors of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, he is considered an idol in Mexico and other Latin American countries such as Venezuela, Guatemala and along with Jorge Negrete and Javier Solís are considered the best ranchera singers.

I didn't want this book to end. I haven't had this much fun since the last time I watched a Pedro Infante movie." --Sandra Cisneros, author of The House on Mango Street "Read this book and you soon forget about the handsome Pedro Infante -- you'll be loving the beautiful Denise Chávez.

Join her fan club. A novel about love's labors lost at once hilarious and heartrending, "Loving Pedro Infante" unravels the fictions people weave to justify loving the wrong mate, and confirms Denise Chvez's reputation as one of the most vibrant Chicana the soothing darkness of her local theater, thirty-something teacher's aide and divorcée Teresina "Tere" Ávila looks straight into the /5(2).

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About Denise Chávez. Denise Chávez is the author of Loving Pedro Infante and Face of an Angel, which won the American Book Award. She is the recipient of a Lila Acheson Wallace/Reader’s Digest Fund Writer’s Award and a founder of the Border Book. ― Denise Chavez, Loving Pedro Infante.

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