A Shot in the Cathedral
Not a propagandistic nor partisan view of the civil war in El Salvador, A Shot in the Cathedral is remarkable for its sensitivity, restraint and poetic vision of the tragic and inhuman events and actions that polarized not only the people of that Central American nation but also those of the United States, Latin America and Europe.
The Spanish language edition, Disparo en la catedral, was a finalist for the international "Novedades y Diana" award and it was published by Mexico's respected Diana publishing house to resounding success.
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SHOT IN THE CATHEDRALUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Shot In The Cathedral ($18.95; Sept. 1, 1996; 220 pp.; 1-55885- 164-X): A skillful balance between journalistic reportage and a subjective focus on the lives of ordinary people afflicted by political ... Read full review