Talk:Amalia Hernández

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High traffic

On September 19, 2017, Amalia Hernández was linked from Google Search, a high-traffic website. (See visitor traffic)

Link with photo[edit]

Since I've been unable to get an authorized photo I've uploaded a link to an external site with a photo. Let's not strip it out. It would be nice to see what Hernandez looked like. Thanks. Dogru144 14:41, 17 December 2006 (UTC)

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strange statement[edit]

“her cross-breed feeling, her contemporary mexicanism, vibrated with the half-breed’s resonance, already defined and on the surface of the colorful México.”[4] This is a very odd sentence and despite its being a quote doesn't make any sense. What's "half-breed resonance" and "cross-breed feeling." Sounds like you're talking about a dog.