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Three Times a Woman

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This volume presents full-length collections of poetry by three outstanding Chicana poets. Alicia Gaspar de Alba cultivates a poetry of paradox that explores the borders between politics and the sexes. Maria Herrera-Sobek's collection is suffused with memories that keep alive the dead, and that, with the help of ars poetica, reorder lives and events that have been blown aw ...more
Paperback, 156 pages
Published January 1st 1989 by Bilingual Review Press (AZ)
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A beautiful collection of poetry about love, loss, womanhood, family, culture and race. I loved getting to read how the women's voices compared and contrasted. Highly recommended.
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Alicia Gaspar de Alba is a scholar, cultural critic, novelist, and poet whose works include historical novels and scholarly studies on Chicana/o art, culture and sexuality.

She is from the border between El Paso and Ciudad Juárez, where she lived until age 27. She has a B.A. (1980) and a M.A. (1983) in English from the University of Texas at El Paso, and a Ph.D. in American Studies from the Univers
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