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  1. 6 de set. de 2023 · Mercedes de Acosta, born to parents descended from the Spanish nobility, was raised in a wealthy section of New York’s West Side. She met celebrities through her sister Rita Lydig.

  2. 9 de dez. de 2018 · Mercedes de Acosta, “aquella furiosa lesbiana”. La escritora hispana fue una de las mujeres más indómitas de la sociedad neoyorquina del siglo XX. Un libro recupera su voz poética. Nacida ...

  3. 24 de jun. de 2004 · De Acosta’s mother, the romantic Micaela, an orphaned Spanish heiress living in New York, married him when she was 16. The couple subsequently had eight children, of whom Mercedes was the last. Despite her parents’ fanatical Roman Catholicism, the young de Acosta grew up a pampered member of New York high society.

  4. 5 de out. de 2023 · Mercedes de Acosta is best known for her candid 1960 memoir that angered her famous exes, like Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich June 22-23: Manayunk Arts Festival It's one summer wow after another.

  5. 30 de mar. de 2021 · Tres poemas de Mercedes de Acosta: la voz fuera de la norma. Publicado por Soraya Benítez | 30 Mar, 2021 | Poetas mujeres | 0. Aquellos dorados años veinte vieron su luz. Aquella década, cien años atrás, en la que Mercedes de Acosta brilló profesional y sentimentalmente, aunque se haya dado más relevancia a esto último, a sus relaciones ...

  6. 1 de dez. de 2001 · Patricia White; Black and White: Mercedes de Acosta's Glorious Enthusiasms. Camera Obscura 1 December 2001; 15 (3 (45)): 227–265. doi: ...

  7. De Acosta, the daughter of affluent Cuban immigrants, grew up in New York where, in the 1920s, she was a figure in both the city’s “high society” and its drag clubs and speakeasies. “These were years guided by the spirit. Though she was the author of books of prose, collections of poems, and scripts, Mercedes de Acosta is rarely ...