A child of Mexican immigrants, Mendez begins his memoir with his father's harrowing migration from Mexico in 1920 and continues with his own story of growing up in northeast Ohio. With an easy, engaging style, Mendez deals directly with the matter of personal identity, addressing the issues that confronted him as he tried to sort out his sometimes conflicting Mexican and American heritage.

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