Oblivion and Stone: A Selection of Contemporary Bolivian Poetry and Fiction
Sandra Reyes, John DuVal
University of Arkansas Press, 1998 - Fiction - 273 pages
Bolivia is a land-locked nation of mountains and high, arid plains, a place one native writer calls the "Land of Silence". From this fundamental base, Bolivian writers express provincial customs and values, decry political oppression, and sound universal themes of isolation and resignation. Editor Sandra Reyes has gathered a panoramic sampling of the work of 23 poets and 18 fiction writers, for a revealing a look at Bolivian consciousness.
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