My Father Was a Toltec by Ana Castillo download in iPad, pdf, ePub
There's a rawness to her imagery, a lustiness, a bravado that we seem to need so badly. Saturdays are the last day of the week. Saturdays was laundry day.
To Castillo and her mother it was the day the man in their life betrayed the family. Castillo challenges white folk, Brown folk, men, the system, and herself. They still get married and they stay quiet.
As people with roots in the South and treated wrong in the north, we are not innocent, we have our own shit to deal with. Named after one of the Indigenous nations of what is now known as Mexico, The Toltecs ran a hood in Chi town. Five to five, not the regular hours people complain about.
Saturdays are like this for many people. Castillo, the daughter of a street warrior, was also someone not to be messed with. Castillo helped her mother do the laundry. Castillo is saying, Soy Mexicana, deal with it.
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