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Marjorie Agosin
Marjorie Agosin

is a Chilean-American writer. Agosín was born in 1955 to Moises and Frida Agosín in Berkeley, California, before quickly moving to Chile, where she lived her childhood in a German community. She is a prolific author: her published books, including those she has written as well as those she has edited, number over eighty.

“How many times…”

Here again is Alicia Partnoy, this time reading from the work of the Chilean poet Marjorie Agosin, who escaped General Pinochet’s regime. Agosin has written poetry about the mothers of Argentina’s disappeared; and about the human anguish in the city of Juarez in Mexico, where Mercedes Doretti has worked on some of the unsolved disappearances […]

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“How many times…”