Other Fires: Short Fiction by Latin American Women

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Alberto Manguel
New York : C.N. Potter, 1986 - Literary Criticism - 222 pages
4 Reviews
This provocative collection of short fiction features the work of twenty women writers, including Silvina Ocampo, Rachel de Queriroz, Clarice Lispector, Elena Poniatowska, Marta Lynch, Beatriz Guido, and Maria Luisa Bombal

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User Review  - Kathryn Kopple - Goodreads

One of the finest collections of work by Latin American women writers in translation. I recommend "The Bloody Countess" by Alejandra Pizarnik in particular. Read full review

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User Review  - Deepak.S. - Goodreads

read it 15 + years ago, lost it by lending it out, but still remember it , amazing collection of short stories, powerful and absolutely brilliant. Read full review

Contents

ARMONfA SOMERS
9
MARTA LYNCH
32
ANGELICA GORODISCHER
88
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About the author (1986)

Alberto Manguel is the author of "A History of Reading" and (with Gianni Guadalupi) of "The Dictionary of Imaginery Places". His novel "News from a Foreign Country Came" won the McKitterick prize in 1992.

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