Memoir

Memoir


Memoir is Rosario Ferré’s account of her lifestyles either as a author and as a member of a family members on the heart of the industrial and political heritage of Puerto Rico throughout the American Century, 100 years of territorial “non-incorporation” into the us. The autobiography tells the tale of Ferré’s transformation from the daughter of a privileged kinfolk right into a celebrated novelist, poet, and essayist fascinated about the welfare of Puerto Ricans, and with the problems of being a lady in Puerto Rican society. it's a picture of twentieth-century Puerto Rico in the course of the lens of a author profoundly conscious of her social place. it's a photo taken from the point of view of a willing observer of the neighborhood background of the island, and of the background of the us. incorporated are many pictures that attach Ferré’s lifestyles with the tale of her writing profession.

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