Date of Award
Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Luisa A. Igloria
This collection of poetry is an elegy for what I have lost and what I have left behind in order to reach this point in my education. These poems attempt to be a witness to the Latinx community who migrated across Texas for field work, for a better future, and for their children. The collection is meant to communicate the loss of culture, generational differences, familial struggles, assimilation, health, womanhood, and trauma. While these poems are not all encompassing, they are a beginning and a way for me to better understand my role as a poet.
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Huynh, Amanda M..
(2017). Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Thesis, English, Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/90gh-hg74