Alicia Dujovne Ortiz is unequivocally a free spirit. Her eyes meet ours with
frank sincerity; her smile is wide, earnest, and engaging. She has the gaze
of someone who has lived a lot and suffered a lot, yet has retained the joyful
soul of the young at heart. Her voice springs forth like a waterfall flowing
gently and rhythmically as she speaks; her laughter is loud and carefree.
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Publication information: Book title: Women and Power in Argentine Literature: Stories, Interviews, and Critical Essays. Contributors: Gwendolyn Díaz - Author. Publisher: University of Texas Press. Place of publication: Austin, TX. Publication year: 2007. Page number: 141.
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