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Celebrating Latin American Writers

Explore the rich literary world of Latin America and celebrate the works of some of its most influential writers.
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  • Puerto Rico’s History in Julia de Burgos’ Poem ‘Rio Grande de Loiza’
    Julia de Burgos - Meet Puerto Rico's Most Famous Poet!
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  • Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, the First Published Feminist in the New World
    Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
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  • The Genius of Borges’ ‘Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote’
    Episode 2: Ficciones by Jorge Luis Borges
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  • Gabriel Garcia Márquez on the Magical Realism of Latin America’s History
    315 Gabriel García Márquez and the Incredible and Sad (and Marvelous) World
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  • Deconstructing Borders in Luis Alberto Urrea’s Work
    Luis Alberto Urrea — Borders Are Liminal Spaces
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  • ‘Tonight I Can Write’ By Pablo Neruda
    “Tonight I Can Write (the Saddest Lines)” by Pablo Neruda
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Julia de Burgos - Meet Puerto Rico's Most Famous Poet!
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315 Gabriel García Márquez and the Incredible and Sad (and Marvelous) World
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Luis Alberto Urrea — Borders Are Liminal Spaces
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“Tonight I Can Write (the Saddest Lines)” by Pablo Neruda
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