Niña, mujer, otras
by Bernardine Evaristo
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Un estilo literario rompedor a caballo entre la poesía y la prosa que la autora define como "literatura fusión". Un texto escrito al margen de las convenciones literarias y las reglas habituales de puntuación que, sin embargo, sorprende por su fluidez y facilidad de lectura.

Una Gran Bretaña

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Dominique resisted saying anything, it would be such a betrayal of Nzinga who insisted on complete loyalty all the while pinching her arm so hard it bruised so that she’d remember to never and I mean never talk to anyone about me or our relationship
you can talk to me, Gaia repeated, laying a light hand on Dominique’s own, transmitting compassionate strength to her, until Dominique felt herself softening and admitted to Gaia, as much as to herself, that yes, she was trapped in a relationship with a violent woman of unsound mind with no foreseeable way out
in betraying Nzinga, she was at last being true to herself
LauraTLauraT added a quotation
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Dominique resisted saying anything, it would be such a betrayal of Nzinga who insisted on complete loyalty all the while pinching her arm so hard it bruised so that she’d remember to never and I mean never talk to anyone about me or our relationship
you can talk to me, Gaia repeated, laying a light hand
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