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Brianda Domecq (born New York City, August 1, 1942) is a Spanish-Mexican novelist.
Brianda Domecq (born New York City, August 1, 1942) is a Spanish-Mexican novelist. She was born to a Spanish father (Pedro Domecq González) and American mother (Elizabeth Cook), and learned Spanish as a child when her family moved to Mexico for business. She currently resides in Europe. Once días y algo más 1979. Bestiario Doméstico 1982. Voces y rostros del Bravo 1988.
Brianda Domecq was born in New York but has lived most of her life in Mexico. In 1978 she was kidnapped and held captive for eleven days. Out of this experience she fashioned her first novel, Once días. y algo más (1979, published in English as Eleven Days). Other books include Bestiario doméstico (short stories, 1983), Acechando al unicornio: la virginidad en la literatura mexicana (nonfiction anthology, 1989), and Voces y rostros del Bravo (nonfiction, 1987). Brianda Domecq, undoubtedly one of the most daring women writers of Mexico, has written a truly astounding novel.
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Domecq, Brianda 1942–PERSONAL: Born August 1, 1942, in New York .
Domecq, Brianda 1942–PERSONAL: Born August 1, 1942, in New York, NY; immigrated to Mexico, 1951; children: one son, one daughter. Education: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, graduate, 1979. ADDRESSES: Home-Madrid, Spain. SIDELIGHTS: Journalist and author Brianda Domecq was born in New York City and moved to Mexico with her family as a child. In the middle of the book, the scholar disappears, and the third-person narration takes over the rest of the text.
About book: A novel based on the author's own experience of being kidnapped and held hostage in Mexico City.
Elena Poniatowska, Angeles Mastretta, Silvia Molina, and Brianda Domecq are Mexican writers whose works are beginning to attract substantial critical attention. To date, their work is not well know. More).
Domecq, Brianda - Translations into English, Domecq, Brianda. And in the title story, a young girl is transformed every day during recess into a wild stallion, whose fate, like that of the mustangs in the western United States, is determined by the actions of cowboys. Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-203). Mr. Clunk! - - The eternal theater - Galatea - Adelaide's body - A brief exercise in the absurd - Trilogy.
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