El diario de Julia y otras verdades sencillas

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Asociación Pro Cultura Hispánica-Puertorriqueña, 2015 - Women poets, Puerto Rican - 355 pages
Diary of Julia de Burgos while hospitalized at Mt Sinai Hospital, New York City prior to her death in 1953. Published for the first time in this bilingual Spanish/English edition. Julia de Burgos (1914-1953) is considered one of the major Puerto Rican poets of the 20th century and often compared to other Latin American women poets such as Alfonsina Storni and Juana Ibarborou. She was an advocate of Puerto Rican independence and served as Secretary General of the Daughters of Freedom, the women's branch of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party.

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