Yogi At Cockroach Court
by Frank Waters
Ohio University Press, 1947
Paper: 978-0-8040-0613-2
Library of Congress Classification PZ3.W3165Yo5
Dewey Decimal Classification 813.52

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
In this novel of the mestizo, or mixed-blood, Frank Waters completes the Southwestern canvas begun in The Man Who Killed the Deer and People of the Valley. Set in a violent Mexican border town, the story centers on Barby, a tormented mestizo, Guadalupe, the mestiza “percentage-girl,” and Tai-Ling, the serene yogi. Their fates mingle though each remains alone—Barby bound to the brute rages of the night; Guadalupe unconscious of all save the sun of her sexuality; Tai-Ling believing it is possible to transcend completely the flow of life.

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