Sabine R(eyes) Ulibarri Biography

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Sabine R. Ulibarrí is a short-story writer, a poet, an essayist, a critic, and a university professor who ranks among the best known of today's Chicano writers. He has received both popular and critical recognition for his literary works and for his ability as an eloquent public speaker. Although some may consider him a regional writer, his appeal transcends his native New Mexico. His works have been well received in the United States and also throughout the Hispanic world. His poems and stories have been widely anthologized in elementary, high school, and college texts. Ulibarrí first achieved literary success in Mexico, Ecuador, and Spain before being recognized in his own country. In fact he is one of the few Chicano writers who writes entirely in Spanish and whose works are translated into English.

Ulibarrí was born 21 September 1919 in Tierra Amarilla, a small village...

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