Loving in the war years: lo que nunca pasó por sus labios

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South End Press, 1983 - Poetry - 152 pages
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Cherrie Moraga's deeply personal collage of prose, poetry and essays explore the [political] and personal meaning of being a Chicana and a [lesbian] in the United States. [women][hispanic]

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Review: Loving in the War Years

User Review  - Sally Al Haq - Goodreads

Nationless I take you in my arms in the ordinary bed of a california valley roadside motel unwind the crimsoncotton wrapped 'round your hips and I enter you as deep and as hard as we want because you ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cristina - Goodreads

I really wanted to love this book. I didn't hate it, but I didn't really like it either. She's smart and what she says make sense. It was just hard to get through. This was something I read for school and I'm stubborn and wanted to finish this book to meet my good reads goal. Read full review

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WHAT KIND OF LOVER HA VE
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An Open Invitation to a Meal
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Pesadilla
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