The Fifth Horseman Hardcover – 1974. by Jose Antonio Villarreal (Author).
The Fifth Horseman Hardcover – 1974.
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José Antonio Villarreal (30 July 1924 – 13 January 2010) was a Chicano novelist. Villarreal was born in 1924 in Los Angeles, California, to migrant Mexican farmworkers. Like Juan Manuel Rubio in Pocho, Villarreal's father fought with Pancho Villa in the Mexican Revolution. He spent four years in the Navy before attending the University of California at Berkeley in 1950.
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Pocho The Fifth Horseman. José Antonio Villarreal (30 July 1924 – 13 January 2010) was a Chicano novelist. Like Juan Manuel Rubio in Pocho, Villarreal's father fought with Pancho Villa in the Mexican Revolution Contents. POCHO, a novel, Doubleday & Company, New York, 1959. POCHO, reprint, Anchor Books, New York 1971. The Conscripts," short story, Puerto del Sol, 1973.
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The parents of José Antonio Villarreal (VEE-yah-ree-AHL) were born in Mexico and moved to the United States in. .
The parents of José Antonio Villarreal (VEE-yah-ree-AHL) were born in Mexico and moved to the United States in 1921. His father fought for Pancho Villa during the Mexican Revolution. Villarreal’s family served as migrant workers in the fields of California before settling in Santa Clara in 1930. In his second novel, The Fifth Horseman, Villarreal took his assimilationist philosophy one step further by attempting to write a novel that could be considered part of the Mexican literary tradition, even though the novel is written in English. As in Pocho, the Mexican Revolution provides the historical setting.