- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Bucknell University Press
- Suzanne Hintz, Benigno Trigo
- Hintz, Suzanne S.
- 79 Halftones, black and white
- 201 x 124 x 13 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 4:B&W 5 x 8 in or 203 x 127 mm Perfect Bound on Creme w/Gloss Lam
- 136 g
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Memoir is Rosario Ferre's account of her life both as a writer and as a member of a family at the center of the economic and political history of Puerto Rico during the American Century, one hundred years of territorial "non-incorporation" into the United States. The autobiography tells the story of Ferre's transformation from the daughter of a privileged family into a celebrated novelist, poet, and essayist concerned with the welfare of Puerto Ricans, and with the difficulties of being a woman in Puerto Rican society. It is a snapshot of twentieth-century Puerto Rico through the lens of a writer profoundly aware of her social position. It is a picture taken from the perspective of a keen observer of the local history of the island, and of the history of the United States. Included are many photographs that connect Ferre's life with the story of her writing career.
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A gentle maiden aunt who has been victimized for years unexpectedly retaliates through her talent for making life-sized dolls filled with honey. "The Youngest Doll," based on a family anecdote, is a stunning literary expression of Rosari...
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Taken together, the book's various sections and its many black-and-white photographs offer an intimate... look into the mind, life, and work of one of the hispanophone Caribbean's most notable-and most notably feminist-writers. * SX Salon: a small axe literary platform * Memoir is an indispensable book. It is a candid and thoughtful conversation with one of Puerto Rico's greatest literary voices, a book filled with wry humor and tenderness in which Ferre's rebellious spirit still shines through." -- Anibal Gonzalez, Yale University
Benigno Trigo is the son of the writer and a professor of Spanish American Literature at Vanderbilt University. Suzanne Hintz is the author of a scholarly book and of numerous articles about the works of Rosario Ferre. She served as the dean of academic affairs at the Art Institute of Washington DC.
Contents Prologue The Word Became Flesh How I Began to Write Epilogue Upon Entering the Academy