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Perez Rosario's rewriting of Burgos as Latina highlights the poet's fight for self-determination and recognition, autobiographical writing style, and political commitment to decolonization and social justice."--Women's Review of Books "Reading Burgos under a different light, Perez-Rosario extends her analysis to how Burgos was/is received by other Latin American writers and artists in the United States and the Caribbean. It indicates a process, movement, the nomadic essence in Burgos' writing that Perez-Rosario deftly traces."--SX Salon "Becoming Julia de Burgos is a smart and original study of this important poet and cultural figure.Vanessa Pérez Rosario is an astute and insightful reader of Burgos' poetry, letters and journalism.For example, enter "giraffe" and you'll get back words like "gazellephant" and "gorilldebeest".Enter "south america" and "chess" and you'll get back words like "checkuador". It uses the Datamuse API to find related words, and then finds combinations of these words that pair well together phonetically.This is the first book from an academic press that I’ve ever tried to review, and one of the first (if not first) biographical type of books I’ve worked with from a reviewer’s perspective.I picked it up because I love poetry, I enjoy the Spanish language, and the description made me curious to learn about de Burgos.When the attackers fled, another man entered the Texas Chicken and Burgers spot and emptied the victim’s pockets before fleeing, police said.The victim was taken to an area hospital, where he was treated for multiple broken bones, contusions and lacerations.
"An eye-opening study on a poet and political activist in the ranks of Gabriela Mistral and Luisa Capetillo, this is a must-have for Latin American, Puerto Rican, women’s, and Caribbean studies collections."--Library Journal "In this magisterial study Pérez Rosario brings to blazing life one of the most courageous and important Puerto Rican diasporic artists of the 20th century.The victim was savagely beaten by four men inside a Flatbush fried-chicken joint — and then robbed by a fifth as he lay helpless on the floor, cops say.