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Puertos Abiertos: Antologia de Cuento Centroamericano

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Paperback, 436 pages
Published March 15th 2012 by Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico
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Poesía social. Pocas poetas. No hay nombre de los libros en los que fueron publicados los poemas ni el año de los mismos. Esto dificulta investigar y hacer una antología de cualquier tema. Aunque hay poetas que fueron interesantes descubrimientos. Panamá está incluida.
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Sergio Ramírez Mercado (born August 5, 1942 in Masatepe, Nicaragua) is a Nicaraguan writer and intellectual who served in the leftist Government Junta of National Reconstruction and as Vice President of the country 1985-1990 under the presidency of Daniel Ortega.

Born in Masatepe in 1942, he published his first book, Cuentos, in 1963. He received his law degree from the Universidad Nacional Autónom

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