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QUERIDO DIEGO TE ABRAZA QUIELA EBOOK

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Published by Manchester University Press. Login Through Your Library. He concludes that Dear Diego is neither a testimonial narrative nor an autobiography but contains elements of both.

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Written in an almost disconcertingly lyrical tone, the letters convey the emotional fluctuations of the protagonist in her solitude, her agonizing poverty, her demoralization, and her creative block. Creative writing is also included.

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INVENTION, CONVENTION, AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY IN ELENA PONIATOWSKA’S “QUERIDO DIEGO, TE ABRAZA QUIELA”

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