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"I believe that every writer needs a guide, because writing is an exploration and exploration is not only for me, it is for the reader." - Rudolfo Anaya
Last Updated: Aug 9, 2011 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Bless Me, Ultima



Welcome to the adventure that Bless Me, Ultima will surely take us on this semester. 

You will need a binder to keep all assignments that this LibGuide has in store for you, as well as for supplemental handouts and worksheets.  Please keep these assignments in order (they are all numbered for you.)  This binder is for use for this entire LibGuide and will be interactive - Many of your assignments will require that you post your writing on a class blog.  You will also have to respond to others' writings on the blog in the spirit of collaboration.

Take some time to navigate through this LibGuide - you'll see that each tab represents a chapter/s in the book broken up by lessons.  We will use this in class BUT you can also access it from home or the library to get more information outside of class time.

Watch the video embedded below to get to know a little about the book and the author.  A longer version of the interview can be found by using the link right below.


A Conversation with Rudolfo Anaya : NEA

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