Los colores de la vida

Los colores de la vida

Catalina Sanchez Sanchez

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A través de esta autobiografía, Catalina Sánchez Sánchez, una migrante oaxaqueña afincada en California, logra transmitir las peripecias que implica buscar el sueño americano al otro lado de la frontera. A través de palabras sencillas y honestas, la autora nos relata su vida, partiendo de las memorias de su infancia en los pueblos de Oaxaca Santa María Coyotepec y Santa Cruz Papalutla. ¿Qué tienen de especial esas tierras? La autora lo describe a partir de lo más cotidiano: la comida, el oficio de su padre, los juegos infantiles, los paisajes, las fiestas y tradiciones; e ilustra sus descripciones con vívidas fotografías que acompañan cada paso de la historia. 10

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