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Marjorie Agosín

Marjorie Agosín (author page at Amazon) teaches in the Spanish Department at Wellesley College. Her most recent books of poetry are Women of Smoke and Zones of Pain, both bilingual editions, translated by Naomi Lindstrom and Cola Franzen, respectively. (1992)

AGNI has published the following work by Marjorie Agosín:

[Untitled] (translated from the Spanish by Elizabeth Horan)
Burial and Blaze of Pablo Neruda (translated from the Spanish by Cola Franzen)
Burial and Blaze of Pablo Neruda (translated from the Spanish by Cola Franzen)
Gabriela’s Elqui
The Gold Bracelet (translated from the Spanish by Elizabeth Horan)
How to Speak with the Dead? A Poet’s Notebook (translated from the Spanish by Monica Bruno)
Letter to AGNI (translated from the Spanish by Cola Franzen)
Nana (translated from the Spanish by Elizabeth Horan)
Ports (translated from the Spanish by Cola Franzen)
An Unforeseen Destiny: Pinochet, History, and Memory
Untitled Poem (translated from the Spanish by Celeste Kostopulus-Cooperman)


and read more

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