El ladino como 'maquina del tiempo' en Tela de sevoya de Myriam Moscona
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The present article presents a study of the works of the poet Myriam Moscona, especially the Tela de sevoya, where the Judeo-Spanish (or Ladino) language occupies a fundamental place. It is the language of her Bulgarian Sephardic family, and it is also a code to access a parallel dimension in which she goes back in time to revive her ancestors and the flourishing Balkan Jewish communities of the past centuries. In the conclusions, it is evident that, but first and foremost, the Ladino is the hallmark of the identity of the Sephardim, the element that allows them to define themselves in the world.