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"Chile, that long stretch of land that poets have blessed and dictators abused," begins Agosin in this expansive anthology concerning creative writing and human rights. A poet, translator, critic, and advocate of freedom, this Chilean Jewish author is especially attuned to Jewish, feminist, and Latin American writers and the rights of those in exile. She has written some 40 books, and many of the passages here have appeared in various academic journals or were originally parts of speeches delivered throughout the United States. In the early 1970s, Agosin and her family fled Pinochet's regime for the United States, where she entered high school and began what she calls her life as "a person in translation." Having felt like an exile for most of her life (she insists that she is not bicultural), Agosin allows Invisible Dreamer to fulfill her need to speak for the underrepresented. While this book is extremely ambitious in scope, it may be just a little too spread out to do justice to the author's colorful writing, her fascinating life story (and those of her ancestors), and her social consciousness. Each section could have been expanded into a book, and given the author's prolific record, one suspects that they will be. Until then, for the important issues introduced, this is recommended for academic and larger public libraries. Nedra C. Evers, Sacramento P.L. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781890932190
  • Publisher: Asher, Sherman Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/1/2002
  • Pages: 269
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.04 (h) x 0.68 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 6
Prologue 9
Introduction 16
Trespassing Language: Writing and Exile
The Alphabet in My Hand 23
Always Living in Spanish: Recovering the Familiar through Language 25
A Writer's Thoughts on Translation 30
In Search of a Nomad: Gabriela Mistral and Her World 37
Gabriela Mistral: Writing on My Knees 61
Gabriela Mistral's Libraries 65
Liliana Lorca 71
An Open Notebook: Pablo Neruda 81
A Necklace of Words 85
The Cartographies of Love: Families
To Imagine a Ship 93
The Angel of Memory: Helena Broader 95
Estefania 103
Sonia from Odessa 106
Frail Suitcase 110
Josefina 116
Frida, Friduca, Mami 122
Carmen Carrasco 131
Delfina 136
Torah 140
Through a Field of Stars, I Remember 141
Reflections on Authoritarianism and Anti-semitism in Chile 150
Between Worlds 157
Women and the Jewish Imaginary in Latin America 169
Where Esther Lives 180
Jewish Women in Latin America 191
The Persistence of Memory: Human Rights in the Americas
Traces 198
Autumn of the Mothers 201
In the Heart of the Forest, Someone Remembers 215
Chile in My Heart 221
Memory and Exile 230
No Homecoming for a Dictator 237
El President 244
The President 245
Sites of Memory 246
Epilogue 266
List of Translators 271
About the Press 272
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