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Seasons Greetings[edit]


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"Feliz Navidad and a Happy new Year"

Tony the Marine (talk)
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Keeps and removals[edit]

Jack Agüeros, author, playwright, poet and translator Miguel Algarín, poet, writer and co-founder of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe Dr. Manuel A. Alonso, poet and author DEFINITE KEEP Pura Belpre, author Alejandrina Benítez de Gautier, poet María Bibiana Benítez, playwright and Puerto Rico's "first" poets Tomás Blanco, writer and historian Giannina Braschi, vanguard poet, Spanglish novelist, and performer of spoken word Dr. Salvador Brau, second Official Historian of Puerto Rico DEFINITE KEEP Julia de Burgos, poet DEFINITE KEEP Mayra Calvani, writer Zenobia Camprubí, Spanish author and wife of Nobel laureate Juan Ramón Jiménez (Puerto Rican mother) Nemesio Canales, essayist and poet DEFINITE KEEP Andrés Castro Ríos, poet and cofounder of literary magazine "Guajana" Dr. Cayetano Coll y Toste, writer and third Official Historian of Puerto Rico DEFINIE KEEP Jesús Colón, writer, father of "Nuyorican" movement Juan Antonio Corretjer, poet DEFINITE KEEP Dr. José Antonio Dávila, poet Virgilio Dávila, poet DEFINITE KEEP Caridad de la Luz "La Bruja", poet, writer/actor of "Boogie Rican Blvd" Abelardo Díaz Alfaro, writer DEFINITE KEEP Andrés Díaz Marrero, writer Dr. Rosario Ferré, writer DEFINITE KEEP Shaggy Flores, Nuyorican Writer, Poet, African Diaspora Scholar, Founder of Voices for the Voiceless Magali García Ramis DEFINITE KEEP José Gautier Benítez, poet DEFINITE KEEP Migene González-Wippler, new-age author, prominent Santeria expert Adolfo de Hostos, fifth Official Historian of Puerto Rico DEFINITE KEEP Eugenio María de Hostos, (see also Educators and Politicians), wrote La Peregrinación de Bayoán, founding text of Puerto Rican literature DEFINITE KEEP Enrique A. Laguerre, writer, nominated for Nobel Prize in literature DEFINITE KEEP Georgina Lázaro, children's poet DEFINITE KEEP Tato Laviera, poet and author of AmeRícan Muna Lee, Mississippi-born writer, first wife of Luis Muñoz Marín DEFINITE KEEP Luis Llorens Torres, poet DEFINITE KEEP Luis López Nieves, Writer DEFINITE KEEP Francisco Mariano Quiñones, first Official Historian of Puerto Rico DEFINITIVE KEEP René Marqués, playwright DEFINITE KEEP Dr. Concha Meléndez, poet, writer DEFINITE KEEP Manuel Méndez Ballester, writer DEFINITE KEEP Mercedes Negrón Muñoz, "Clara Lair", poet DEFINITE KEEP Judith Ortiz Cofer, poet, writer and essayist Luis Palés Matos, poet of Afro-Caribbean themes DEFINITE KEEP Dr. Antonio S. Pedreira, writer and educator DEFINITE KEEP Pedro Pietri, poet, playwright, co-founder of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe Miguel Piñero, playwright, writer, co-founder of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe Marie Teresa Ríos, author of "The Fifteenth Pelican" which was the basis for the popular 1960s television sitcom, "The Flying Nun".[1] Jesús Omar Rivera, historian, writer, and (public) speaker. Author of Boricuazo (Tu Orgullo Nacional). José Rivera, playwright, first Puerto Rican nominated for an "Oscar" in "Best Adopted Screenplay" category DEFINITE KEEP Lola Rodríguez de Tió, poet, wrote lyrics to the revolutionary La Borinqueña DEFINITE KEEP Luis Rafael Sánchez, playwright DEFINITE KEEP Manuel San Miguel Griffo, poet, historian of Spanish colonial fortifications, writer Wilfredo Santa-Gómez, writer,journalist Manuel San Miguel Nazario, poet Esmeralda Santiago, author DEFINITE KEEP Mayra Santos Febres, poet Pedro Juan Soto, writer/novelist (father of slain independence activist Carlos Soto Arriví) DEFINITE KEEP Clemente Soto Vélez, poet and activist Alejandro Tapia y Rivera, writer and poet, "The Father of Puerto Rican Literature" DEFINITE KEEP Piri Thomas, writer, poet DEFINITE KEEP Edwin Torres, "Nuyorican Movement" poet Judge Edwin Torres, writer (Carlito's Way), New York Supreme Court Justice José Trías Monge, former Chief Justice and Attorney General of Puerto Rico/author RECLASSIFY TO JURIST SECTION Nimia Vicens, National Poet William Carlos Williams, Modernist poet (Puerto Rican mother), Dr. Manuel Zeno Gandía, wrote "La Charca", the first Puerto Rican novel DEFINITE KEEP [edit] {{subst:Unsigned|

Merry Christmas, orta vez? (smile)[edit]


Juletræet.jpg Wishing you a
"Feliz Navidad and a Happy new Year"

Tony the Marine (talk)
Fireworksxyz.jpg

Feliz Navidad[edit]


Juletræet.jpg Wishing you a
"Feliz Navidad and a Prospero Año Nuevo"

(Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year)
Tony the Marine
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Subsystems d[edit]

You know there's already a Puerto Rico Convention article. Why can't you build upon tthat instead of doing a second article you stupid dumb fuck piece of shit {{subst:Unsigned|

Feliz Día del Pavo (Gracias)[edit]

Feliz Día de QUE? Para mi no lo es!

Feliz Día de Gracias Tony the Marine (talk), 25 November 2010

Seasons Greetings[edit]


Juletræet.jpg Wishing you a
"Feliz Navidad and a Prospero Año Nuevo"

(Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year)
Tony the Marine (talk)
External audio
Jose Feliciano's "Feliz Navidad "
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Speedy deletion nomination of José Ramón Oyola[edit]

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