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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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

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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

Contents

WHAT KIND OF LOVER HA VE
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An Open Invitation to a Meal
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Pesadilla
36
Copyright

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