Imagining Isabel

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Lodestar Books, 1994 - Guatemala - 200 pages
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Isabel, a newly married fifteen-year-old who lives in a traditional Mayan village, is invited to join a government-run teacher training program, and is thrown into the turbulent political reality of contemporary Guatemala.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Caste§eda's fine first novel, Among the Volcanoes (1991), described Isabel's struggle to get medical help for her mother in the face of the Mayan traditions of her Guatamalan village and the ... Read full review


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Castaneda was a creative writing professor at Western Washington University. He was the recipient of numerous awards and fellowships for his work.

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