La Mujer Comestible
A brilliant and powerful work rich in irony and metaphor, this novel narrates the fantastic transformation of a young woman during the final days before her wedding. Ever since her engagement, Marian McAlpin has been unable to eat—first meat, then eggs, vegetables, cake, and pumpkin seeds—nothing appeals to her. Worse yet, she's beginning to suspect that she herself is being eaten. Just when she ought to feel consumed with passion, she really just feels . . . consumed.
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