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As Alvarez explains, "I hope that through this fictionalized story I will bring acquaintance of these famous sisters to English speaking readers.November 25, the day of their murders is observed in many Latin American countries as the International Day Against Violence Toward Women.In recent years, Alvarez has expanded her subject matter with works such as In the Name of Salomé (2000), a novel with Cuban rather than solely Dominican characters and fictionalized versions of historical figures.In addition to her successful writing career, Alvarez is the current writer-in-residence at Middlebury College.The Oscar-winning actress will appear in an adaptation of the book “Today Will Be Different” by Maria Semple.There is no network attached to the limited series just yet, but we’re pretty sure that will change soon.In the Name of Salomé (2000) is a novel that weaves together the lives of two distinct women, illustrating how they devoted their lives to political causes.
She is known for works that examine cultural expectations of women both in the Dominican Republic and the United States, and for rigorous investigations of cultural stereotypes.
Born in New York, she spent the first ten years of her childhood in the Dominican Republic, until her father’s involvement in a political rebellion forced her family to flee the country.
Many of Alvarez’s works are influenced by her experiences as a Dominican in the United States, and focus heavily on issues of assimilation and identity.
Her poems portray stories of family life and are often told from the perspective of women.
She questions patriarchal privilege and examines issues of exile, assimilation, identity, and the struggle of the lower class in an introspective manner.
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