The Gloria Anzaldúa Reader is the collection of works written by the feminist and the Chicano author, and edited by AnaLouise Keating. The book provides the readers with the analytical reflection about the works of this author in general, which allows to understand the overall message of her texts better. It is possible to assume that the works by this author question the traditional Western-centric interpretation of feminism. It is generally assumed that feminism was created and developed by white women, and it remained the prerogative of middle class, white females from Europe and United States, which influences the agenda of the movement (Anzalduá 8). No need to say that the interests of women of other social classes and of other races are not considered to be the top priority and their fight for equality is not the main one.