Mercedes Valdivieso was a Chilean author and feminist theorist credited with being a forerunner in Latin American feminism. Her other novels include Los ojos . 1 Sep La Brecha by Mercedes Valdivieso, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Get this from a library! La brecha.. [Mercedes Valdivieso].
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Mercedes Valdivieso March 1, —August 3, was vakdivieso Chilean writer, known since her earliest writings for the subversive nature of her texts. Challenging the constraints of societal expectation on women at the time it was written, the novel concentrates on a woman who realizes her own abilities to lead her lifeversus depending on a man.
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