Pasionaria


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Pasionaria

La , real name Dolores Ibarruri. 1895--1989, Spanish Communist leader, who lived in exile in the Soviet Union (1939--75)
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Lo recuerdo (yo no tengo derecho a pronunciar ese verbo sagrado, solo un hombre en la tierra tuvo derecho y ese hombre ha muerto) con una oscura pasionaria en la mano, viendola como nadie la ha visto, aunque la mirara desde el crepusculo del dia hasta el de la noche, toda una vida entera.
Este fenomeno se complementa con la utilizacion de una retorica afin, como se puede leer en el siguiente texto, que hace eco del mito de la comunista Dolores Ibarruri (La Pasionaria):
bare hands, with the words of La Pasionaria on their lips and secure in
The debunking of prominent Republican "stars," such as Andre Marty (the French commissar who had created and was attached to the International Brigade) and the inspirational speaker Dolores Ibarruri (popularly called "La Pasionaria"), was not difficult for Hemingway.
Emma Tenayuca is known as "La Pasionaria" or "The Passion Flower." It's a name that would tell the world who she was.
(8) El primer caso habia sido el de Dolores Ibarruri Gomez--llamada "La Pasionaria"--, dirigente politica en la Segunda Republica Espanola y en la Guerra Civil, y miembro del Partido Comunista de Espana.
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Dolores Ibarruri, La Pasionaria, one of the most important and renowned figures of the Spanish Republic, also includes a short reference to the 'Trece Rosas' in her memoirs.