This highly politicized and intensely personal work bravely and eloquently argues for a reconceptualization of gender, sexuality, race, art, nationalism, and the politics of survival.

Crossing literary genres and moving freely between Spanish and English, Moraga ruminates on her identity as a lesbian writer/activist and her role in the Chicano community, weaving a rich tapestry of ancestors, lovers, politics, poetry, and life on the streets. Ultimately, The Last Generation's fierce honesty and incisive political analysis offer more than an inspiring portrait of the struggle of an activist artist; they build a compelling case for a radical transformation of consciousness and society.

Temporarily out of print