Lives in Two Languages: An Exploration of Identity and Culture
by Linda Watkins-Goffman
University of Michigan Press, 2001
Paper: 978-0-472-08624-5
Library of Congress Classification P35.W38 2001
Dewey Decimal Classification 306.44

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Lives in Two Languages explores identity and multiculturalism through readings that aim to help teachers-in-training gain better insight into their students' lives.
Lives in Two Languages focuses on the experience of multicultural authors--like Richard Rodriguez, Amy Tan, Eva Hoffman, Chang-rae Lee, and Julia Alvarez--whose experiences can be related to anyone who has moved from one culture or subculture to another. As such, this text is an excellent comprehensive introduction to the multicultural experience for teachers and educators in all disciplines, as well as of interest to anyone interested in language culture and psychological process of identity.
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