Sofía Casanova (1861-1958): Spanish Poet, Journalist, and Author
Poet, journalist of world wars and the Russian Revolution, prolific novelist, translator, playwright, respected society figure: Sofia Casanova intrigued and influenced the Spanish reading public for over fifty years. Sofia Casanova's unique achievements should have drawn considerable critical and scholarly notice. Yet today her life and works remain unexamined or ignored. It is the purpose of this book, researched in Spain and Poland, to reintroduce Sofia Casanova to the scholarly and general public."
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