Alaíde Foppa

Alaíde Foppa (1914 – ''c.'' 1980?) was a poet, writer, feminist, art critic, teacher and translator. Born in Barcelona, Spain she held Guatemalan citizenship and lived in exile in Mexico. She worked as a professor in both Guatemala and Mexico. Much of her poetry was published in Mexico and she co-founded one of the first feminist publications, ''Fem'', in the country. After her husband's death, she made a trip to Guatemala to see her mother and renew her passport. She was detained and disappeared in Guatemala City on 19 December 1980, presumed to be murdered. Some sources note the date of her disappearance as 9 December 1980. Provided by Wikipedia
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Feminismo y liberación
Biblioteca Mayor
by Foppa, Alaíde
Published 1900
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