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Prison Literature

Written by Cati RestrepoTranslated by Gabriela García Calderón On 28 May 2014 @ 20:00 pm | 1 Comment

In Citizen Media, Latin America, Literature, Peru, Quick Reads, Spanish

From a very young age he had a very big urge and devoted himself to well known works and trades such as becoming friends with what he didn't own, but he was also very clever, smart and extremely aggressive, but with highly defined principles towards shyness and respect for chlldren and women and our parents. He never allowed himself to witness any kind of abuse, although sharpness emerged from each of his pores as well as the urge of winning no matter how, but without violating his principles.

On blog Manofalsa there are [1] [es] some narrations by the “prisoners of the Carquín Prison in Huacho (Peru) during the Workshop of Awareness to Creative Reading and Writing” on April. The quoted narration is titled Mosca [2] [es] (roughly translated as Clever).

The post reviewed here was part of the first [3] #LunesDeBlogsGV [Monday of blogs on GV] on May 5, 2014, submitted by @Cyberjuan [4]

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[1] there are: http://manofalsa.wordpress.com/tag/huacho/

[2] Mosca: http://manofalsa.wordpress.com/2014/05/03/mosca/

[3] first: https://es.globalvoicesonline.org/2014/04/30/comparte-tus-posts-con-global-voices-lunesdeblogsgv/

[4] @Cyberjuan: https://twitter.com/cyberjuan/

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