Blood relations: a novel

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Plover Press, 1995 - Fiction - 112 pages
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The life of miners in Mexico, their exploitation by capitalists and the role of the church in keeping them docile. A novel of protest, narrated by the son of a miner.

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This is an intense, dark, poetic exploration of a world drenched in fatalism and syncretic Mexican Catholicism. Like generations of Mexican men, Refugio's grandfather, father, and brother labor ... Read full review


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