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Nancy Morejon Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 22 pages of information about the life of Nancy Morejon.
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Nancy Morejón is an Afro-Cuban poet who first became known outside of her country after the publication of her third book of poetry, Richard trajo su flauta y otros argumentos (Richard Brought His Flute and Other Arguments, 1967). Morejón exemplifies the kind of writer the Cuban Revolution of 1959 produced: committed to the political and social ideology of the revolution yet faithful to the idea of an aesthetic impulse in literature. Her native Havana, love, family, history, and racial and class identity find expression in her poetry. Political and social themes appear in all of her early output and continue, albeit to a lesser extent, in her later writings. Throughout her career Morejón has maintained a lyrical voice that transcends thematic shifts. Indeed, her work has remained vital because of its persistent commitment to beauty and lyricism. In her later collections Morejón...

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