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Author: Ulalume Gonzalez de Leon

Ulalume González de León was born in 1928 in Montevideo, Uruguay, the daughter of two poets, Roberto Ibáñez and Sara de Ibáñez. She studied literature and philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris and at the University of Mexico. While living in Mexico in 1948, Ulalume became a naturalized Mexican citizen. She married painter and architect Teodoro González de León, and together they had three children. She published essays, stories, and poems, and worked with Mexican poet and Nobel Laureate Octavio Paz as an editor of two literary journals, Plural and Vuelta. She also translated the work of H.D., Elizabeth Bishop, Ted Hughes, Lewis Carroll, and e.e. cummings.In the 1970's in Latin America, González de León was part of a generation of women writers challenging the traditional identities of women, marriage, and relationships. Her poetry earned her many awards, including the Xavier Villaurrutia Prize, the Flower of Laura Poetry Prize, and the Alfonso X Prize. Ulalume González de León died in 2009 of respiratory failure and complications of Alzheimer's.

Plagios/Plagiarisms, Volume One
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Plagios/Plagiarisms, Volume One

Sixteen Rivers Press

Poetry. Latinx Studies. Women's Studies. Translated by Terry Ehret, John Johnson,and Nancy J. Morales. Bilingual Spanish Edition. Poet, essayist, and translator Ulalume González de León believed that "Everything has already been said," and, thus, th...

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Plagios/Plagiarisms, Volume Two
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Plagios/Plagiarisms, Volume Two

Sixteen Rivers Press

PLAGIOS/PLAGIARISMS, VOLUME TWO. A Bilingual Edition. Translated by Terry Ehret, John Johnson, and Nancy. J Morales. Poet, essayist, and translator Ulalume González de León believed that "Everything has already been said," and thus each act of creat...

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