Sapogonia: (an Anti-romance in 3/8 Meter)
This novel by the celebrated author of The Mixquiahuala Letters and So Far From God brings to life a distinct place in the Americas where all mestizos reside regardless of nationality, race, or status, or, perhaps, because of all of these.
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