Book Review: Heridas urbanas


  • María López Ponz Universidad de Salamanca, España



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Author Biography

María López Ponz, Universidad de Salamanca, España

Master of Arts in Translation and Interpreting from University of Salamanca. She is currently working as a researcher and writing her Ph.D. dissertation, which deals with the translation of hybrid literature written by Hispanics in the United States.


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How to Cite

López Ponz, M. (2012). Book Review: Heridas urbanas. Íkala, Revista De Lenguaje Y Cultura, 17(1), 105–108.



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