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Miguel Concha has written:

'Cristianos por la revolucio n en Ame rica Latina'

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Miguel Concha was a Mexican author known for his works in the genre of literature. Some of his writings include poetry collections, essays, and novels that reflect his experiences and perspectives on life and society.

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Enrique V. Conde has written:

'A la hora del lagarto'

'Pablo y yo' -- subject(s): Renacer (Uruguay), Self-help groups, Youth and death

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