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Clorinda Matto Turner

Peruvian writer, journalist, and advocate for ladies and indigenous peoples. Her controversial, politically-themed books consist of Aves Sin Nido, Herencia, and Indole. She analyzed background, physics, and viewpoint in the Escuela Nacional de Educandas. She was delivered into exile in 1900 from the dictator of Peru, who seen her literary are challenging to his program. Her husband passed away in 1881, and she was remaining bankrupt. She later on backed herself by operating as a newspapers editor. She’s been referred to as a Peruvian Gertrude Stein.

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