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Something Fierce: Memoirs Of A Revolutionary Daughter

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#1 NATIONAL BESTSELLER ( The Globe and Mail ) A Globe and Mail Best Book [2011] A Quill & Quire Book of the Year [2011] A National Post Best Book [2011] A BBC Radio Book of the Week [October 2011] One of the CBC’s 15 Memoirs by Canadian Women Worth…
Mexican Hooker #1: Art, Love And Forgiveness After Trauma

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A stunning follow-up to Carmen Aguirre's bestselling first memoir, Something Fierce . A powerful, heartfelt, and grippingly honest memoir of finding meaning in life and developing the strength to confront a childhood trauma. Carmen Aguirre has lived many lives,…
The Refugee Hotel
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|August 15, 2010

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Two events gave birth to this play: the 1998 arrest of Augusto Pinochet by the spanish courts and the 1995 death of Aguirre’s uncle, who drank himself to death on Vancouver’s skid row, never living to make a victorious return to his country. It has…
The Trigger
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|January 9, 2008

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“When I was thirteen I was raped by the Paper Bag Rapist. I was with my younger cousin at the time, and neither one of us ever saw him—he used a paper bag to cover his own head or those of his victims. Not that we would have seen him anyway; a gun…
Chile Con Carne And Other Early Works: Chile Con Carne, ?que Pasa With La Raza, Eh?, And In A Land…

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With perceptive, unflinching wit, these three early plays from award-winning Chilean Canadian writer Carmen Aguirre document the hardships, horrors, and heartache of exile, revealing the far-reaching effects of dictatorial violence and terror. Highlighting the…
Blue Box
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|May 15, 2012

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Six years after fleeing the 1973 military coup that overthrew Salvador Allende, the democratically elected, socialist leader of Chile, eleven-year-old Carmen Aguirre and her family return to South America to join the underground resistance. At eighteen,…
Anywhere But Here
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|This title releases May 1, 2021

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