The El Cholo Feeling Passes

By Frederick Barton; Fredrick Barton
(Uno Press, Paperback, 9780972814324, 384pp.)

Publication Date: January 2003

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The El Cholo Feeling Passes is a coming-of-age story, at once funny and sad, chronicling the stormy relationship of two characters as they grapple with career choices, Vietnam, and the Women's Movement during a remarkable period in American history. But the novel also serves as a timeless metaphor for fleeting youth-and the often disturbing dynamics of romantic relationships.

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