Mexican hooker #1 and my other roles since the revolution

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A follow-up to the author's first memoir: Something Fierce. Carmen Aguirre has lived many lives. At age six she was a Chilean refugee adjusting to life as a Latina in North America. At eighteen she was a revolutionary dissident married to a generous-hearted man she couldn't fully love. In her early twenties she fought to find her voice as an actress and to break away from the stereotypical roles thrust upon her. As she grew in her career, Aguirre became a writer, a director, an actress, and then a mother, but alongside her many multi-faceted identities was another that was unbearable to embrace yet impossible to escape; that of the thirteen-year-old girl attacked by one of Canada's most feared rapists. Thirty-three years after the assault, Aguirre decided it was time to meet the man who changed her life.

Langue originale : 
Français
Editeur : 
Toronto : Random House Canada, 2016
Support : 
Daisy audio
Durée : 
(8 hrs., 13 min.)
Adaptation : 
Institut national canadien pour les aveugles (ABC)
Tranche d'âge : 
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