The Great Latin American Novel (Mexican Literature)

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Current estimates indicate that the service sector makes up about 60 percent of the economy, followed by the industrial sector at 33 percent. However, these seemingly simple ethnic patterns have been complicated by the immigration of various groups since the nineteenth century, especially American blacks, Jews, Cubans, Puerto Ricans, Syrians, Lebanese, and Haitians as documented in “Patterns of Dominican Ethnicity”(González 112). Leakage and inadequate maintenance cause a large percentage of the water to be lost before it can be used in the city.

Pages: 416

Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press (October 7, 2016)

ISBN: 1628971304

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