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Sirena Selena vestida de pena / Sirena Selena Dressed of Sorrow Santos-Febres, Mayra 1 of 1
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1603968598
ISBN-13: 9781603968591
Sku: 211541450
Publish Date: 11/1/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7.5H x 5L x 0.75T
Pages:  286
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According to Puerto Rican author Mayra Santos-Febres, theorist, poet, and award-winning writer, "for many years the Caribbean has been a desire factory for the rest of the World.[.]," thus her writing seeks to "include those issues considered exotic and reveal them as a different kind of knowledge: there is laughter, joy, a way of imagining desire and experiencing the body differently that is unique.There is where I place myself, because I do not want to be anything but Caribbean.
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Sirena Selena, a gay teenager who leaves home to fend for herself and make a life of her own, possesses a sweet, fresh and clear voice, and when Martha Divine, an old transvestite who owns a bar in Puerto Rico discovers the extraordinary talent, she decides to ôpromoteö the young girl, but it is illegal for minors to work in Puerto Rico, so Miss Divine sets out to find a place where this legal technicality is not as rigidùthe Dominican Republic.Sirena Selena, a gay teenager who leaves home to fend for herself and make a life of her own, possesses a sweet, fresh and clear voice, and when Martha Divine, an old transvestite who owns a bar in Puerto Rico discovers the extraordinary talent, she decides to ?promote? the young girl, but it is illegal for minors to work in Puerto Rico, so Miss Divine sets out to find a place where this legal technicality is not as rigid?the Dominican Republic.
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