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Latino USA Interview
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Publish-date-icon April 22, 2014
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Host Maria Hinojosa of National Public Radio's Latino USA talks with Sergio Troncoso about his novel, The Nature of Truth and how Chicano writers should expand their work beyond 'barrio' and 'familia' stories, to create characters instead of caricatures and to challenge stereotypes of Latino writers.

Arte Publico Press published a revised and updated paperback edition in 2014.

Rigoberto Gonzalez for the El Paso Times: "Engaging the complex issues of race and identity into the battle of ideologies regarding crime and punishement, Sergio Troncoso's The Nature of Truth single-handedly redefines the Chicano novel and the literary thriller."

(2003; mp3 audio format; 4 minutes)

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