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By Elena Poniatowska

Con Dos veces única Elena Poniatowska vuelve a convertir en novela una sólida investigación, un relato contado por sus actores a lo largo de décadas junto a estudios y ensayos fundamentales para iluminar y reconstruir una existencia plena de pasión y de furia como los potentes ojos verdes de su protagonista.

Diva y musa por derecho propio, esposa legendaria, cocinera magnífica, madre tormentosa y viuda trágica, María Guadalupe Marín Preciado, Lupe Marín (1895-1983) fue testigo excepcional y parte critical de algunas de las vidas extraordinarias que dieron forma al arte mexicano del siglo xx.

Casada con Diego Rivera y con el poeta y crítico Jorge Cuesta, el más connotado de los escritores del grupo Contemporáneos, Lupe Marín vio refulgir su obra y l. a. de otros creadores como Frida Kahlo, Rafael Coronel, Xavier Villaurrutia y Juan Soriano, además de ejercer una influencia poderosa sobre sus hijos y nietos, herederos de un legado tan brillante como imperioso.

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