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by Carmen Rodriguez

Author: Carmen Rodriguez
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English Spanish
Publisher: Canadian Scholars Press; 1st edition (1987)
Pages: 112 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.4
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Rodríguez's poetry has been praised for "her insistence on conveying real rather than merely imagined experience". The topics cover the "revolution and the murder of Chilean revolutionaries" as well as "her identity as a. woman and lover". Her book has a strong feminist component, but Rodríguez also includes other social issues in her writing

Carmen Rodriguez writes from and about exile - a displacement terrifyingly common to the past several decade, particularly for Latin Americans. Carmen Rodriguez writes from and about exile - a displacement terrifyingly common to the past several decade, particularly for Latin Americans. But these are poems that speak to us all. For exile is more than a condition of place, of landscape. If injustice of any kind estranges us from our bodies and our hopes, we suffer a kind of exile. Carmen's poems help bring us back to ourselves.

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Carmen Rodríguez is a Chilean-Canadian author, poet, educator, political .

Carmen Rodríguez is a Chilean-Canadian author, poet, educator, political social activist, and a founding member of Aquelarre. href 48163" Canada

Published 1987 by Canadian Scholars Press. Written in English, Spanish.

Carmen Rodríguez was born in Chile and came to Canada following the military coup of 1973

Carmen Rodríguez was born in Chile and came to Canada following the military coup of 1973. Making her home in Vancouver, Rodríguez works as a writer, educator and journalist. Her publications to date include a collection of poetry, Guerra Prolongada, Protracted War, and a collection of short stories, De cuerpo entero, and a body to remember with, which was nominated for the city of Vancouver Book Award (1998) and received honourable mention in the City of Santiago Literary Awards for the Spanish version (1998).

Comprehensive information about Carmen Rodríguez; including biographical information, facts .

Comprehensive information about Carmen Rodríguez; including biographical information, facts, great literary works, quotations, articles and essays, history, and more. Rodríguez's major works are and a body to remember with, a collection of short stories, and Guerra d War, a collection of poems in both English and Spanish This educational Carmen Rodríguez resource has information about the author's life, works, quotations, articles and essays, and more.

Rodríguez's poetry has been praised for "her insistence on conveying real rather than merely imagined experience". Her book has a strong feminist component, but Rodríguez also includes other social issues in her writing

Carmen's voice is both refreshing and insightful in its spiritual connectedness, as well as in its active feminist struggle against isolation and exile. As a writer, she steadfastly keeps community with immigrant women of colour and their marvellous strengths.

Carmen's voice is both refreshing and insightful in its spiritual connectedness, as well as in its active feminist struggle against isolation and exile. Recently added by. threeoclockpress, sfpirg, wabbbitweed.

Many people are talking about a protracted war, but why is it a protracted war? .

Many people are talking about a protracted war, but why is it a protracted war? How to carry on a protracted war? Many people are talking about Final victory, but why will final victory be ours? How shall we strive for final victory? . Now things are better, the experience of ten months of war has been quite sufficient to explode the utterly baseless theory of national subjugation and to dissuade our impetuous friends from their theory of quick victory. In these circumstances many people are asking for a comprehensive explanation.

Carmen Rodriguez writes from and about exile - a displacement terrifyingly common to the past several decade, particularly for Latin Americans. But these are poems that speak to us all. For exile is more than a condition of place, of landscape. If injustice of any kind estranges us from our bodies and our hopes, we suffer a kind of exile. Carmen's poems help bring us back to ourselves.""- Margaret Randall