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These twenty-plus short stories by leading Central American writers, by turns unsettling, absurd, tragic, exhilarating, and mystical, introduce us to the people behind the front-page horrors . . . A Torruban Indian loses a month's pay with a bad roll of the dice . . . The beautiful young Anita hunts beetles and cockroaches . . . To up its popularity rating, a government stages the first "Miss Underdeveloped Contest" . . . After the 1954 massacres in Guatemala, children hold a funeral for a bird . . . Reflecting a wide range of styles, these stories point in new directions while evincing the particular strength and courage it takes to write in a war-torn country.
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Rosario Santos directs Fulbright Programs for Latin America for the Institute of International Education. She has been the managing editor of the literary journal, Review, Lation American Art and Literature, and the director of the literarture program of the Center for Inter-American Relations.Language Notes:
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Spanish
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Book Description Four Wall Eight Windows, 1989. Paperback. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1870805178