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Gertrude (Trudi) Marie Guda (born 4 December 1940 in Paramaribo) is a Surinamese poet and anthropologist. She headed the Department of Cultural Affairs of Suriname from 1969 to 1971. [1] She studied in the Netherlands and was inspired by Miguel Barnet's writing a biography of Esteban Montejo. [2]

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  2. A. James Arnold (15 August 1997). A History of Literature in the Caribbean: Volume 3: Cross-Cultural Studies. John Benjamins Publishing Company. p. 385. ISBN   978-90-272-9777-8.