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I·bár·ru·ri

 (ē-bä′ro͞o-rē′), Dolores Known as "La Pasionaria." 1895-1989.
Spanish political leader, journalist, and orator noted for her passionate speeches against the Fascists during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). After remaining in exile for 38 years, she returned to Spain in 1977 and was elected to parliament.
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Ibarruri

(Spanish iˈβarruri)
n
(Biography) Dolores. real name of (La) Pasionaria
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As Jary, whom the communist press had dubbed the "Pasionaria of Welland" (after Dolores Ibarruri, the fiery communist leader of the Spanish Civil War), explained: "With the union when we return to work there will be no need to bring kegs of wine, cakes and chicken for the bosses.
Llevaban sobre los hombros los retratos de Marx y Engels, de Lenin y Stalin, de Mao-[T]se Tung y Chu-Teh [Zhu De], como de todos aquellos destacados luchadores del internacionalismo proletario: Dolores Ibarruri, y Pablo Neruda, Ho-Chi-[M]ing y J[o]liot Curie, el heroismo, la poesia, el trabajo y la ciencia (pp.
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):
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.
(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.
Esta referencia a Dolores Ibarruri es un guino de Villaronga a Las trece rosas, pues las trece mujeres en el filme de Martinez Lazaro eran seguidoras entusiastas de esta emblematica lider comunista.