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Secret Weavers #23: A Secret Weavers Anthology: Writing by Latin American Womenby Andrea O'reilly Herrara
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Poetry. Prose. Latino/a Studies.This book, published to celebrate the tenth anniverssary of White Pine Press' acclaimed Secret Weavers Series, hold selections from all the previous twelve volumes. The book includes well-known authors, such as Alfonsina Storni, Cristina Peri Rossi, Luisa Valenzuela, Gabriela Mistral and Marjorie Agosin (who also provides the introduction). The four sections, Identity and Difference, Women and Gender, The Politics of Domination, and Women and Language, are designed to provide readers and teachers of multi-ethnic literature with a wide range of voices addressing a vast array of topics.
A selection of work from all twelve volumes of the critically-acclaimed and successful Secret Weavers series.
This book not only celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Secret Weavers series, but also provides teachers of multiethnic literature with a diverse range of Latin American women's voices addressing a wide variety of topics. The book includes work from the earliest writers to those who have recently established themselves as major voices in Latin American letters.
Employing a thematic framework, this book not only celebrates the tenth anniversary of the series, edited by Marjorie Agosin, but is designed to provide the teacher of multiethnic literature with a diverse range of Latin American women's voices addressing a wide variety of topics. Suggesting both the plurality and universality of the responses that these authors have articulated, both to the positions of women and to their societies in general, the book includes work from the earliest writers to those who have recently established themselves as major voices in Latin American letters.
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