José Donoso, Leonard Mades - 1995 - 438 páginas
Humberto, who lives and works at a convent home for old women, loses his sanity as he becomes obsessed with black magic and his duty to protect a monstrous child
Marianne Fredriksson - 2002 - 224 páginas
Now in paperback comes "Two Women, " a novel about the healing power of friendship--and family--from the author of the international bestseller "Hanna's Daughters."
Augustin Gomez-Arcos - 2010 - 400 páginas
The latest in the Little Sisters Classics series resurrecting gay and lesbian literary gems: a viciously funny, shocking yet ultimately moving 1975 novel, an allegory of ...
José Donoso, Gregory Rabassa - 1994 - 158 páginas
In them he poses many of the questions raised by his fellow Latin American writers, Fuentes, García Marquez, and Vargas Llosa: What is truth? How does one use history in ...
Luis Sepúlveda, Suzanne Ruta - 1994 - 211 páginas
Written by the author--a Chilean ex-patriate--of The Old Man Who Read Love Stories, a novel of intrigue follows a race between a onetime guerilla and a former spy to recover a ...