Raúl Zurita - Poetry - 2009 - 117 pages
Records the physical, cultural, and spiritual violence perpetrated against the Chilean people under Pinochet's military dictatorship through poetry, describing the author's own torture during this violent political transformation.
Jeff Mann - Fiction - 2012 - 286 pages
When these two find themselves admiring more than one another's spirit and demeanor, when passions erupt between captor and captive, will this new romance survive the arduous trek to Purgatory Mountain?
Stephen Greenblatt - Literary Criticism - 2013 - 352 pages
Thus, the space of Purgatory became the stage haunted by literature's most famous ghost. This book constitutes an extraordinary feat that could have been accomplished by only Stephen Greenblatt.
Jacques Le Goff - History - 1986 - 430 pages
Noting that the doctrine of Purgatory does not appear in the Latin theology of the West before the late twelfth century, the author identifies the profound social and intellectual changes which caused its widespread acceptance
Tomás Eloy Martínez - 2011 - 288 pages
Purgatorio is Martínez's most moving, most autobiographical novel and yet it is also a ghost story, the ghost story which has been Argentina's history since 1973.