Available in: Paperback. The title of this work means3/5(1). Rosario Castellanos Figueroa (Spanish pronunciation: [roËˆsaÉ¾jo kasteËˆÊanos]; 25 May â€“ 7 August ) was a Mexican poet and author. Along with the other members of the Generation of (the poets who wrote following the Second World War, influenced by CÃ©sar Vallejo and others), she was one of Mexico’s most important literary.
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According to her own account, she felt estranged from her family after a soothsayer predicted that one of her mother’s two children would die shortly, and her mother screamed out, “Not the boy!
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BalÃºn CanÃ¡n by Rosario Castellanos
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Rosario Castellanos’ hallmarks include balun canan rosario castellanos precision, psychological penetration, and wry humor. Ironically, however, her escape from a hostile environment into the realm of art, instead of liberating her, has driven her to the point of paranoia.
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