Almost a woman
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"Almost a woman" is a book by Esmeralda Santiago.
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Work Author: Esmeralda Santiago Esmeralda Santiago's Almost a Woman records the narrator's move from Puerto Rico to New York. Whereas Santiago's first memoir, When IWas Puerto Rican (1993),is dominated by questions of ...
by Jennifer McClinton-Temple, Alan R. Velie
the trickster is almost a man and almost a woman, and almost a child, a clown . . . almost a free spirit” (24).
by Victoria Boynton, Jo Malin
Almost a Woman is a continuation of Santiago's first memoir, as it begins with similar episodes of visiting the welfare office and auditioning for the special high school.
Lemprière's Dictionary (2007)
by Lawrence Norfolk
Now Jaques was looking at the same girl seated opposite him inside the coach, no longer a child, almost a woman. Juliette gazed out of the window as the streets sped by and the low clouds which had loured overhead all day and were now ...
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