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Bibliography on Maria Cristina Mena

Ammons, Elizabeth, and Annette White Parks. Tricksterism in Turn-of-the-Century American Literature : A Multicultural Perspective. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1994.

Arab, Teresa Fernandez. Cultural Identity Revisited: Early Twentieth-Century Women's Work of Cultural Preservation (Maria Cristina Mena, Humishuma, Sui Sin Far and the Daughters of Hawai'i. 2008. Print.

Chambers, Maria Cristina Mena, and Leonard Weisgard. The Water-Carrier's Secrets. London ; New York: Oxford University Press, 1942.

Doherty, Amy. The Collected Stories of María Cristina Mena. Houston, TX : Arte Público, 1997.

---. "Redefining the Borders of Local Color Fiction: María Cristina Mena's Short Stories in the Century Magazine." 'the Only Efficient Instrument': American Women Writers and the Periodical, 1837-1916. Eds. Aleta Feinsod Cane and Susan Alves. Iowa City, IA: U of Iowa P, 2001.165-78.PS151 .O55 2001      

Doherty, Amy Frances. "Reading American Self-Fashioning: Cosmopolitanism in the Fiction of María Crisina Mena, Willa Cather, and Nella Larsen." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 59.12 (1999): 4426.

Garza-Falcón, Leticia. Gente Decente: A Borderlands Response to the Rhetoric of Dominance. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1998.

Harris, Sharon M. American Women Prose Writers, 1870-1920. Dictionary of Literary Biography ; V. 221. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000.

Houlihan, Erin. "The Ethics of Reading the Short Story: Literary Humanitarianism in 'the Gold Vanity Set'." College Literature 37.3 (2010): 62-83. Print.

Johnson, Rob. "A 'Taste for the Exotic': Revolutionary Mexico and the Short Stories of Katherine Anne Porter and María Cristina Mena." Southwestern American Literature 24.1 (1998): 105-18.

---. "A 'Taste for the Exotic': Revolutionary Mexico and the Short Stories of Katherine Anne Porter and María Cristina Mena." From Texas to the World and Back: Essays on the Journeys of Katherine Anne Porter. Eds. Mark Busby, Dick Heaberlin and Betsy Colquitt. Fort Worth, TX: TCU, 2001. 178-98.

Koppelman, Susan. Women in the Trees: U.S. Women's Short Stories About Battering and Resistance, 1839-1994. 1st Feminist Press ed. New York: Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2004.

Leal, Luis. "María Cristina Mena (María Cristina Chambers) (3 April 1893 - 9 August 1965)." Dictionary of Literary Biography: Volume 209: Chicano Writers: Third Series. Eds. Francisco A. Lomelí and Carl R. Shirley. Dictionary of Literary Biography (Dlb) Number: 209: Gale, Detroit, MI Pagination: 150-54, 1999. 418.

López, Tiffany Ana. "'Tolerance for Contradictions': The Short Stories of María Cristina Mena." Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers: A Critical Reader. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup. Malden, MA: Blackwell,1998.: 62-80. PS217.W64 N57 1998   

Mena, María Cristina, and Amy Doherty. The Collected Stories of María Cristina Mena. Houston, Tex.: Arte Público Press, 1997.

Mena, María Cristina, and Janice Holland. The Three Kings. New York: Oxford University Press, 1946.

Mena, María Cristina, and Joseph Krush. Boy Heroes of Chapultepec, a Story of the Mexican War. [1st ed. Philadelphia,: Winston, 1953.

Mena, María Cristina, and Ignacio P. Ortega. The Bullfighter's Son. London, New York,etc.,: Oxford university press, 1944.

Mena, María Cristina, and Susanne Suba. The Two Eagles. London, New York,: Oxford University Press, 1943.

Padilla, Yolanda. "Indian Mexico: The Changing Face of Indigeneity in Mexican American Literature, 1910-1984." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 65.10 (2005): 3809.

Rich, Charlotte. "The highly original country of the yanquis": Dramatic irony and Double-voicing as Cultural Critique in Maria Cristina Mena's Fiction." Legacy 18 (2001): 205-215.

Rich, Charlotte. Transcending The New Woman: Multiethnic Narratives in the Progressive Era. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2009.

Schuller, Kyla. "Facial Uplift: Plastic Surgery, Cosmetics and the Retailing of Whiteness in the Work of Maria Cristina Mena." Journal of Modern Literature 32.4 (2009): 82-104. Print.

Simal, Begoña. “A Wall of Barbed Lies”: Absent Borders in María Cristina Mena’s Short Fiction. Border Transits: Literature and Culture across the Line. MANZANAS, Ana Mª (Ed.). Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2007. 147-77. More info at http://www.rodopi.nl/senj.asp?BookId=CAEAL+2

Simmen, Edward. "The Mountain Came Long Ago to Mohammed: The American Cultural Invasion of Mexico as Seen in the Short Fiction of María Cristina Mena." Journal of American Culture 20.2 (1997): 147-.

---. North of the Rio Grande: The Mexican-American Experience in Short Fiction. New York: Penguin, 1992.

Squires, Michael. "Two Newly Discovered Letters to D. H. Lawrence." The D. H. Lawrence Review 23.1 (1991): 31-35.

"Topics of the Time." Century Magazine Sept. 1913: 789-91

"Topics of the Time." Century Magazine Oct. 1913: 951-52.

Toth, Margaret A. "Framing the Body: Imperialism and Visual Discourse in Maria Cristina Mena's Short Fiction." Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 26.1 (2009): 92-118. Print.

Toth, Margaret A. Peripheral Visions: Picturing Human Bodies in American Literature and Visual Culture, 1900-1919. 2009. Print.

Velásquez Treviño, Gloria. "Cultural Ambivalence in Early Chicana Literature." European Perspectives on Hispanic Literature of the United States. Ed. Genevieve Fabre: Arte Público, Houston Pagination: 140-146, 1988. 160.

Velasquez Trevino, Gloria Louise. "Cultural Ambivalence in Early Chicana Prose Fiction." Dissertation Abstracts International 46.8 (1986): 2310A.