#languages #caribbean #spanish: Lea este prólogo del libro “Memoria” escrito por Rosario Ferré. La escritora habla de sus experiencias familiares y el rollo de su mamá en la vida.
Last Thursday, March 21, the Ponce Art Museum celebrated the publication of Memoria, the most recent book by Puerto Rican writer Rosario Ferré, daughter of the founders of the Museum, former Governor Luis A. Ferré and his wife, Lorenza Ramírez de Arellano de Ferré, who served as the new book’s inspiration.
The book’s presentation was entrusted to literary critic Carmen Dolores Hernández and to José Luis Vega, poet and current director of the Academia Puertorriqueña de la Lengua Española.
“Memoria” tells of how the death of her mother in 1971 transformed Ferré into an “adventuress of language,” launching her writing career. The book was published last August.
For a review of the book (in Spanish) by Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá go to http://www.elnuevodia.com/columna-lascasasderosario-1330453.html
Here is the book’s “Prólogo” in Spanish:
El mirto es una “flor que sale”; después de la lluvia su perfume atrae a los fantasmas. Cuando me casé…
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