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Sonia Bravo

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Sonia Bravo

Sonia Bravo Utrera holds a Ph.D. in philology and is a university professor, translator, and writer, currently teaching at the University de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. She writes short stories, poetry, and literary criticism. Her current focus is on the Cuban exile experience from an ironic and unprejudiced point of view. She has translated early British travel accounts of the Canary Islands, Russian poetry and narrative, as well as prose and poetry from the Vienna school. Her translations and articles on diverse literary subjects have been published in Argentina, Uruguay, Spain, Cuba, Mexico and Russia. She is currently translating Robert Frost and analyzing translations of his work into Spanish.

Articles by Sonia Bravo

I Am Spartan
By Sonia Bravo
To you, my friendSpartan, Sofia said to Sandra, reminding her of snowbound icy Moscow where she was trained as a StalinistFidelistaSpartan in long lines at thirty below zero with ever-enraged watchmen…
Translated from Spanish by Nancy Festinger
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