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The Plays of Josefina Niggli

Recovered Landmarks of Latino Literature

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Published by University of Wisconsin Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drama texts: from c 1900 -,
  • Plays & playwrights: from c 1900 -,
  • Performing Arts,
  • English,
  • Performing Arts/Dance,
  • Caribbean & Latin American,
  • Theater - Playwriting,
  • Performing Arts / Theater / Playwriting,
  • Women,
  • Drama,
  • Folk drama, Mexican,
  • Mexicans,
  • Mexico,
  • Social life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJosefina Niggli (Editor), William Orchard (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10317335M
    ISBN 100299224503
    ISBN 109780299224509


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Josefina Niggli (–) was one of the most successful Mexican American writers of the early twentieth century.

Born of European parents and raised in Mexico, she spent most of her adult life in the United States, and in her plays and novels she aimed to portray authentic Mexican experiences for English-speaking audiences. Niggli crossed borders, cultures, and genres.

Josefina Niggli was an accomplished playwright, novelist, screenwriter, and teacher. She was associated with the San Antonio Little Theater, the Carolina Playmakers, and the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, by: 2.

Josefina Niggli (–) was one of the most successful Mexican American writers of the early twentieth century. Born of European parents and raised in Mexico, she spent most of her adult life in the United States, and in her plays and novels she aimed to portray authentic Mexican experiences for English-speaking audiences.

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Josefina Niggli was an accomplished playwright, novelist, screenwriter, and teacher. She was associated with the San Antonio Little Theater, the Carolina Playmakers, and the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. As a screenwriter, she worked for Twentieth Century Fox and MGM, where she adapted her novel Mexican Village for the : $ Josefina Niggli () was one of the most successful Mexican American writers of the early twentieth century.

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"Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez's exceptional book, Josefina Niggli, Mexican-American Writer: A Critical Biography, is a magnificent contribution to the scholarly study of the life and works of the brilliant binational and transnational writer, Josefina Niggli.

From poems to short stories and theatrical plays to novels, (Martínez) provides the. Josephina Niggli. BORN:Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico DIED:Cullowhee, North Carolina NATIONALITY: Mexican, American GENRE: Drama, fiction, poetry MAJOR WORKS: Mexican Silhouettes () Soldier-Woman () Mexican Folk Plays () Mexican Village () Step Down, Elder Brother ().

Overview. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Plays of The Plays of Josefina Niggli book Niggli: Recovered Landmarks of Latino Literature at Read. Josefina Niggli (–; birth name was Josephine) was a Mexican-born Anglo-American playwright and g about Mexican-American issues in the middle years of the century, before the rise of the Chicano movement, she was the first and, for a time, the only Mexican American writing in English on Mexican themes; her egalitarian views of gender, race and.

In Niggli printed her first novel, Step Down, Elder Brother. It was over a decade later, inthat Niggli published her next, and final, significant literary work, Miracle for Mexico.

Josephina Niggli taught radio script writing and production at. NIGGLI, JOSEFINA MARÍA (–). Josefina Niggli, Mexican-American writer, was born in Monterrey, Nuevo León, on J "Little Niggli," as the family called her, was sent out of Mexico in to escape the disruption of the Mexican formative years were divided between Monterrey and San Antonio, Texas.

Born in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico inJosefina María Niggli was one of the first Latina writers to have her work published in the United States--and thus one of the first to introduce American audiences to the culture and people flourishing along the U.S.-Mexico border.4/5. Contents Acknowledgements Introducing Josefina Niggli Josefina Niggli: A Chronology Mexican Silhouettes () Singing Valley () The Cry of Dolores () The Fair God () Soldadera () This Is Villa () The Ring of General Macías () Backgrounds: Letters and Reviews Carleton Beals, From The Saturday.

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Mexican Village and Other Works Josefina Niggli Born in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico inJosefina Maria Niggli was one of the first Latina writers to have her work published in the United States--and thus one of the first to introduce American audiences to the culture and people flourishing along the U.S.-Mexico border.

I just finished reading an interesting article in the December edition of AMERICAS, the official magazine of the OAS (Spanish Edition) about the life and works of Josefina Niggli, written by Elizabeth Coonrod Martinez. According to Martinez, Niggli was a prolific author of literary works, including historical novels and works for the theater.

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POINTERS ON PLAYWRITING. Niggli, Josefina. Publicado por The Writer, Inc. Niggli, offering a detailed background of her childhood and early adulthood. The chapter also includes a sampling of Niggli's earliest poems.

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From poems to short stories and theatrical plays to novels, [Martínez] provides the. NIGGLI, Josefina. Born 13 JulyMonterrey, Mexico; died December Daughter of Frederick F. and Goldie Morgan Niggli. Josefina Niggli's father, of Swiss and Alsatian ancestry, left Texas in to manage a cement plant in the village of Hidalgo, Mexico; her mother was a concert violinist from Virginia.

The book won Niggli the Mayflower Cup Award for ‘‘best book of the year by a North Carolinian.’’ Two years later Niggli saw the publication of a novel, Step Down, Elder Brother (). This latter work was so successful that it was featured as a Book-of-the- Month Club selection.

Biography/ Introduction Josefina María Niggli was in Monterrey, Mexico on Jbut her family fled to Texas when violence emerged during the Mexican Revolution. Her family stayed roving back and forth across the border for many years and Josefina was home-schooled for the majority of her primary school years.

The book contains ten stories, all of which play in and around Hidalgo and revolve around its inhabitants from to Its particularity lies in the fact "that Niggli clearly intended to convey to American readers an authentic sense of Mexican culture.". Directed by Norman Foster.

With Ricardo Montalban, Pier Angeli, Vittorio Gassman, Yvonne De Carlo. Adapted from the book, "Mexican Village," by Josefina Niggli, the film tells three interwoven love stories against the background of a feud between two villages.

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