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Hispanic feminist poems from the Middle Ages to the present : a bilingual anthology

Author: Angel Flores; Kate Flores
Publisher: New York : Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 1986.
Series: Defiant muse.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Each bilingual volume in "The Defiant Muse" series includes 60 to 80 poems by both well-known and rediscovered poets, selected on the basis of their individual merit and as illustrations of the evolution of feminist thought and feeling. -- From product description.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Angel Flores; Kate Flores
ISBN: 0935312544 9780935312546 0935312471 9780935312478
OCLC Number: 12551638
Language Note: English and Spanish.
Description: xxv, 145 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Anonymous Ballads and Songs (Spain, Thirteenth-Sixteenth Centuries) --
The Girl Warrior --
Do Not, Daughter --
Silvana Goes A-strolling --
Now That I'm Young --
When I Was a Child They Married Me --
Delgadina --
I Want to Be, Mother --
That I'm Ill Married --
Why Should I Be with a Husband Bound? --
Florencia Pinar / So Wily Are the Ways of Love --
On Some Partridges Sent to Her Alive --
Marcia Belisarda / Stanzas Written in Great Haste, in Reply to Some Proposing That Women Are Fickle --
Sor Juana Ines De La Cruz / Arguing That There Are Inconsistencies between Men's Tastes and Their Censure When They Accuse Women of What They Themselves Do Cause --
On Her Portrait --
Carol to Catherine --
What Interest Have You, World, in Persecuting Me? --
A Nun From Alcala / My Parents, as if Enemies --
Margarita Hickey / The Truly Wise Man --
Of Property Naught --
Josefa Masanes / from Resolution --
Dolores Veintimilla de Galindo / Laments --
Rosalia de Castro / Lieder --
This One Goes and That One Goes --
Today Black Hair --
Justice of Men! I Look for You --
From the Cadenced Roar of the Waves --
Feeling Her End Would Come with Summer's End --
Adela Zamudio / To Be Born Male --
Manhood --
Anonymous / Reasonings of a Woman Poet --
Delmira Agustini / Another Breed --
The Ineffable --
Gabriela Mistral / The Alien --
Emigre Jewess --
Alfonsina Storni / Small Man --
Forgetting --
You Would Have Me Immaculate --
She Who Understands --
Ancestral Weight --
Words for Delmira Agustini --
It Could Be --
Aching --
I Am Going to Sleep --
Juana De Ibarbourou / Rebel --
Woman! --
Concha Michel / from God, Our Lady --
Angela Figuera-Aymerich / Market Women --
Mothers --
Destiny --
Julia De Burgos / To Julia de Burgos --
Gloria Fuertes / I Don't Know --
Not Allowed to Write --
I Make Poems, Gentleman! --
To Have a Child These Days --
The Birds Nest in My Arms --
Susana March / To a Man --
Idea Vilarino / In Order to Say It --
Everything is Very Simple --
The Siren --
There's Nobody --
Claribel Alegria / On the Beach --
I Thought to Spend My Time --
Rosario Castellanos / Speaking of Gabriel --
Daily Round of the Spinster --
Meditation at the Threshold --
Raquel Jodorowsky / I Do Not Relate --
Secret --
Here We Are --
Man Is an Animal That Laughs --
Bertalicia Peralta / The Only Woman --
So Much Suffering --
Elena Jordana / Tango --
Rosario Ferre / Envoi --
Cristina Peri Rossi / Virginia Woolf, Etc. --
Bessy Reyna / While You --
Nancy Morejon / Black Woman --
Juana Castro / Maria Enchained --
Cecilia Vicuna / The Ideal Woman --
Gioconda Belli / from Song to the New Day --
Kyra Galvan / Ideological Contradictions in Washing a Dish --
Notes on the Poets.
Series Title: Defiant muse.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Angel Flores and Kate Flores.

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Each bilingual volume in "The Defiant Muse" series includes 60 to 80 poems by both well-known and rediscovered poets, selected on the basis of their individual merit and as illustrations of the evolution of feminist thought and feeling. -- From product description.

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