Gioconda Belli born December 9, in Managua , Nicaragua is a Nicaraguan author, novelist and poet.
Gioconda Belli,  grew up in a wealthy family in Managua. Gioconda Belli attended boarding school in Spain,  graduated from the Royal School of Santa Isabel in Madrid , and studied advertising and journalism in Philadelphia. Belli began her career at Pepsi-Cola as liaison to the company's advertising agency, Publisa, which then hired her as an account executive.
Through one of her colleagues at the advertising agency, Belli met Camilo Ortega , who introduced her to the Sandinistas and asked her to join the group. She has since left the FSLN and is now a major critic of the current government. In , Belli published her first poems in the literary supplement of Nicaraguan newspaper La Prensa.
In , Belli's book La Mujer Habitada The Inhabited Woman , a semi-autobiographical novel that raised gender issues for the first time in the Nicaraguan revolutionary narratives, brought her increased attention; this book has been published in several languages and was on the reading list at four universities in the United States.
The novel follows two parallel stories: the indigenous resistance to the Spanish and modern insurgency in Central America with various points in common: women's emancipation, passion, and a commitment to liberation.
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The book tells the story of a world governed by women. In the novel she portrays a group of women that take power by means of a Political Party by the name of "Partido de la Izquierda Erotica". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Consejos para la mujer fuerte, poema de Gioconda Belli
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