The Inhabited Woman by Gioconda Belli

The Inhabited Woman

byGioconda BelliTranslated byKathleen MarchForeword byMargaret Randall

Paperback | December 8, 2004

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Lavinia is The Inhabited Woman: accomplished, independent, and fiercely modern. She is sheltered and self-involved, until the spirit of an Indian woman warrior enters her being, then she dares to join a revolutionary movement against a violent dictator and—through the power of love—finds the courage to act.

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Gioconda Belli joined the FSLN in 1970 and was in the Nicaraguan underground resistance until 1975 when she had to flee the Somoza regime’s secret police and go into exile. During her exile, she participated in several logistical operations. After Somoza was ousted and the Sandinistas came to power, she held government positions but re...
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Title:The Inhabited WomanFormat:PaperbackDimensions:414 pages, 8 × 5 × 1.1 inPublished:December 8, 2004Publisher:University Of Wisconsin PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:029920684X

ISBN - 13:9780299206840

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"A kind of public love poetry that comes closer to expressing the passion of [Nicaragua] than anything I have yet heard."—Salman Rushdie