Emilia Pardo Bazán was born in the Galician town of A Coruña into a noble family who nurtured her lifelong thirst for knowledge. She is undoubtedly the most . La Tribuna has ratings and 11 reviews. Las tensiones sociales y políticas que se producen en España a raíz de la revolución de adquieren un trat. The Paperback of the La Tribuna: Translated with Commentary by Emilia Pardo Bazan at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.

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She died in Madrid. Paperbackpages. The working-class heroine, Amparo, bwzan from a shapeless, apolitical street urchin into a masterpiece of femininity, a charismatic orator who becomes a ‘tribune’ of the people.

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