Pitirre Does Not Want to Speak English

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Drama - 172 pages
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This master piece collects the painful feelings of a growing sector of a nation marked by the oppression of two different cultures. PITIRRE DOES NOT WANT TO SPEAK ENGLISH represents the rejection against the embarrassing ambition and impunity of an imperialist nation in plain twenty-first century.

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Frank Alvarado Madrigal is a retired English professor in the Unites States. His literary work includes four poetry books that are well-known throughout Latin countries: Simplemente tú y yo, Secretos, Añoranza, and "Ensueño". His large series of children's short stories keep a selected corner in all libraries and bookstores around the world. A controversial political issue lived by Puerto Ricans is presented in this premium drama: "PITIRRE DOES NOT WANT TO SPEAK ENGLISH". This first literary work as a playwright has placed Frank on top of the vertex in world literature.

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