Sara Sefchovich

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Dra. Sara Sefchovich (born Sara Sefchovich Wasongarz on April 2, 1949 in Mexico City) is a Mexican writer.

She studied sociology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), earning a master's degree in 1987 and a doctorate degree in 2005 in History of Mexico. Later, she also did research at the Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales ("Institute of Social Research") of the institution. She has written articles for the magazines Fem, Revista Mexicana de Sociología, Cuadernos de Comunicación, Los Universitarios, Revista de la Universidad de México, Casa del Tiempo, La Semana de Bellas Artes, La Cultura en México, Sábado and the newspapers La Jornada and El Universal.

Her first novel Demasiado amor earned her the Agustín Yáñez Award in 1990 and was adapted in 2002 into the film of the same name starred by Ari Telch. She has also written La señora de los sueños (1993) and La suerte de la consorte (1999).

In 1995 she participated in the homage to Luis Spota at the Palacio de Bellas Artes with other prominent writers such as Jaime Labastida, Elda Peralta, Pedro Angel Palou, Bernardo Ruiz and Cuban writer Lisandro Otero.

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  • Veinte preguntas ciudadanas a la mitad más visible de la pareja presidencial con todo y sus respuestas (también ciudadanas) (2004)
  • La teoría de la literatura de Luckacs (1978)
  • Ideología y ficción en la obra de Luis Spota (1985)
  • México: país de ideas, país de novelas (una sociología de la literatura mexicana) (1987)

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  • El patriarcado capitalista y la situación del feminismo socialista (1980) of Zilla H. Eisenstein.

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