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Martin Espada

Poet (August 07, 1957 - )
Nationality: American
Known primarily as a poet, Martin Espada is an educator and former tenant lawyer who has worked throughout his career for Hispanic and other socially progressive causes. He is the author of the award-winning poetry collections Imagine the Angels of Bread and The Republic of Poetry.
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More than any other novel, George Orwell's 1984 revolutionized the genre of dystopian fiction. Written as a caution against totalitarianism, 1984 had a lasting influence on the way modern society began to think about power and ideological control.

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