Fourteen Female Voices from Brazil: Interviews and Works
Edited by Elzbieta Szoka
This fascinating introduction to Brazilian culture includes interviews with 14 of Brazil's most prominent female writers along with excerpts of their work. In addition to the interview, each author presents the reader with a poem, play or story that she feels embodies the essence her work. Whether trapped in a dead end marriage or learning to finally say the absolute "no," this volume contains work from groundbreaking Brazilian feminists.
Included in this anthology: Nélida Piñon, Lygia Fagundes Telles, Helena Parente Cunha, Astrid Cabral, Marly de Oliveira, Jandira Martini, Leilah Assumpção, Maria Adelaide Amaral, Myriam Campello, Sonia Coutinho, Esmerelda Ribeiro, Miriam Alves, Conceição Evaristo & Renata Pallottini.
8.5" x 5.5"