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Arribada- A Novel

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November 2: 7:00 pm

Author and Middlebury professor Gloria Estela Gonzalez Zenteno discusses her new novel Arribada, about a woman pushed to confront her role in environmental and social injustice, and a well-to-do family’s realization that their comfortable position rests on crimes against the natural world, their town, and their loved ones.

About the Author:

Gloria Zeteno sits with her hands clasped under her chin wearing a multucolored bracelet and patterend top, smiling. Binational writer Estela González writes in English and Spanish about race, class, gender, and environmental justice. She teaches Latin American literature and creative writing in Spanish at Middlebury College. Arribada was a finalist for the Feminist Press’s Louise Meriwether Award.

 

 

Partner: Middlebury College and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Underwriter: Burr & Burton Academy

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Date:
November 2
Time:
7:00 pm
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Organizer

Paige Vignola
Email:
pvignola@mclvt.org

Venue

Manchester Community Library
138 Cemetery Ave
Manchester Center, 05255 United States
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