The Youngest Doll
U of Nebraska Press, Jan 1, 1991 - Fiction - 169 pages
This collection of stories, moving from the realistic to the nightmarish, is deeply felt, full of irony and black humor, and often experimental in form, reflecting Ferri's complex relationship with her Puerto Rican home. Translated by the author.
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