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Ariel Dorfrnan is also the author of How to Read Donald Duck, The Empire's Old
Clothes, and Widows, and his work has been translated into twenty languages.
He is a regular contributor to The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The ...
... first time (soon it will be three years — how is it possible?) no, thank you very
much, I appreciate your concern, but I am not a widow so stay away from me, don'
t ask me for anything, I won't marry you, I am not a widow, I am not a widow yet.
COST OF LIVING FOR ISABEL LETELIER and now they want to kill him by
decree and make me start acting like a widow and not keep searching the streets
showing his photograph, they say, to every passerby. as if he had been killed in a
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Last waltz in Santiago, and other poems of exile and disappearanceUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This slim volume of "torture and resilience'' poetry by Chilean exile Dorfman is heavy going, but necessary reading if any portion of the human race is ever to be moved to action against the ... Read full review
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Fighting to Learn: Popular Education and Guerrilla War in El Salvador
John L. Hammond
Limited preview - 1998
Southern Theory: The global dynamics of knowledge in social science
No preview available - 2007