Miriam’s Daughters

This ground-breaking bilingual collection of work from a distinguished group of poets explores the rich mosaic of Jewish identity immersed in Latin American culture. Miriam’s Daughters raises questions about the impact of the Diaspora and the experience of post-Holocaust generations. Divided by theme the collection consists of four sections: Genealogies, Illuminations, The Texture of Memory, and Jerusalem.

Miriam’s Daughters gathers together such important literary figures as Ruth Behar, Cuba; Manuela Fingeret, Argentina; Angelina Muniz-Huberman, Mexico; Teresa Porczansky, Uraguay; Rosita Kalina, Costa Rica; Matilde Salgoniall and Alejandra Pizarnik, Argentina; Marta Kornblinth, Peru; and many others.

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