El sonido de las olas
Three ‘brilliant and disturbing’ short novels (Alejandro Zambra) in which Margarita García Robayo, one of the most prominent voices in current Latin American literature, displays the best of her story telling. In Until a Hurricane Passes, a middle-class teenager is the protagonist of an often tedious life, in a city near the sea, from which she dreams of fleeing. In What I Didn’t Learn, a girl carefully observes the figure that her father represents: a lawyer who performs paranormal practices. Her innocent voice and her lucid gaze are a quest to heal her own story. Finally there is Sex Education, a text that moves between autobiographical fiction and the essay, set in an Opus Dei school in the Caribbean.
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