Brianda Domecq

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Brianda Domecq (New York City, 1942-) is a Spanish-Mexican novelist. Born of a Spanish father and American mother in New York, that she came to learn Spanish as a child after her family moved to Mexico for business. She now lives in Europe.[1][2][3]

Works[edit]

  • Bestiario doméstico 1982
  • Acechando Al Unicorno (Stalking the Unicorn): La Virginidad En La Literatura Mexicana (Virginity in Mexican Literature 1988
  • Once dias. . . y algo mas, English edition Eleven Days - autobiographical account of a kidnapping 1995

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alexandria Burk Rewriting the Literary Realm 0549612114 - 2008 "While the Mexican writers Rosario Castellanos (1925-1974), Brianda Domecq (1942-) and Barbara Jacobs (1947-) have written extensively in other genres, all three have used the malleable characteristics of the essay form ..."
  2. ^ Federico Patán Los nuevos territorios: (notas sobre la narrativa mexicana) 1992 - Page 101 9683619916 "Brianda Domecq (Nueva York, 1942) Bestiario doméstico, 1982 Bestiario doméstico: una secuencia de máscaras, tras las cuales oculta su rostro primario un desasosiego profundo; una ...
  3. ^ Rafael Ocasio Literature of Latin America 0313320012 - 2004 -Page 148 "Brianda Domecq (1942-) is an exceptional case in that she came to learn Spanish as a child after her family moved to Mexico for business; English is her native language. The child of a Spanish father and an American mother..."