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  - Elisabeth - Goodreads

I loved Moraga's depiction of her mother and the death grip with which she held onto her. I relate to that fear of losing a mother very very much. When someone is so much a part of your heart and ... Read full review

Review: Loving in the War Years

User Review  - Bia - Goodreads

I tried so hard to like this book and some parts and poems are awesome. The one which the title comes from is my favorite. BUT it's just so hard to get through. It's not difficult, but kind of ... 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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Copyright

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