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Writing workshop July 16, 1990 : Gioconda Belli.

Author: Gioconda Belli; Naropa Institute.
Publisher: 1990.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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This is the first Gioconda Belli workshop class. She opens by providing details of her life as a Sandanista revolutionary writer in Nicaraguan and her three year exile in Costa Rica. She speaks of writing poetry of the woman and her process for novel writing and detailed outlining, emphasizing the discipline it requires. She gives the class their assignment of writing on uptopia. She reads her poem The dream  Read more...
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Named Person: Gioconda Belli; Gioconda Belli
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Gioconda Belli; Naropa Institute.
OCLC Number: 63524577
Reproduction Notes: Listening copy. Boulder, Colo. : Naropa Audio Archive, 20051202. 3 sound discs : digital ; 4-3/4 in.
Event notes: Recorded July 16, 1990, probably at the Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado.
Description: 2 sound cassettes (93 min., 3 sec., 7 min., 45 sec.) : analog, stereo.
Other Titles: Gioconda Belli workshop July 16, 1990

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This is the first Gioconda Belli workshop class. She opens by providing details of her life as a Sandanista revolutionary writer in Nicaraguan and her three year exile in Costa Rica. She speaks of writing poetry of the woman and her process for novel writing and detailed outlining, emphasizing the discipline it requires. She gives the class their assignment of writing on uptopia. She reads her poem The dream bearers (Los portadores de suenos) in English and then in Spanish. She then comments on translation and the challenges involved with moving frm one language to another. She reads her poem Exploring you in English and metions her dismay at some of the translation. There is brief mention of the changes made after ther revolution in Nicaragua with respect to openess and discussion of taboo subjects.

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