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In the Time of the Butterflies

September 10, 1997
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Part two of a conversation with award-winning novelist Julia Alvarez.
[Part One]

A few weeks ago, Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman got a chance to speak with Julia Alvarez at the Breadloaf Writers’ Conference in Vermont. They had a chance to talk about the Alvarez family which fled the Trujillo regime and what it was like growing up Latina in the United States.

Guest:

  • Julia Alvarez, author of ??In the Time of the Butterflies and ??How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents. She lives in Vermont and teaches at Middlebury College.

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