Pyramids of glass: short fiction from modern Mexico
Twenty-seven Mexican short stories. In David Martin del Campo's Little Mister Chair-man, a paralyzed boy describes the world from the perspective of his wheelchair, Sergio Pitol's The Panther is on two connected dreams separated by 20 years, and Carlos Fuente's The Mandarin is on an aging aristocrat.
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