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Magical Sites: Women Travelers in 19th Century Latin America Paperback – Mar 1 2010

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Marjorie Agosin is a poet, writer and human rights activist. She is also a professor of Spanish at Wellesley College and editor of our Secret Weavers Series.

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From the fiery vapors that rise from the lakes of dormant Andean volcanoes to the green Patagonian mists that sweep up from the Antarctic tip, the land and water of Latin America tempt the uncommon woman to a foreign terrain. Read the first page
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
great book! must read!! April 29 1999
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Prof. Agosin is a well known writer on Latin America. This book poetically describes the transformative experience of travelling through the eyes of a varied group of women.
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Excellent, beautifully-written book July 4 1999
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Agosin and Levison weave inspirational stories about intrepid women travelers - very well-written, insightful, and lovely.