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"Living the Border" with Guillermo Verdecchia
Sold by thrift. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information Fueled by equal parts outrage, intelligence, and wit, Fronteras Americanas re-creates one person's struggle to construct a home between two cultures, while exploding the images and constructs built up around Latinos and Latin America. This Governor General's Awardwinning play, first published in , was updated for its Soulpepper Theatre Toronto run, taking into account new economic relations and new material realities in which border questions are expressed.
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