And we sold the rain: contemporary fiction from Central America

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Four Walls Eight Windows, 1988 - Fiction - 215 pages
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And we sold the rain: contemporary fiction from Central America

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Half these short stories from Costa Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama, Honduras, and Nicaragua powerfully evoke life in these countries--a good average for any book. Familiar authors are ... Read full review

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Good stuff: Confinement -Horacio Castellanos Moya The Maestro Who Spent His Whole Life Composing a Piece for the Marimba - Mario Payeras The Perfect Game - Sergio Ramirez And We Sold the Rain - Carmen Naranjo Mr. Taylor - Augusto Monterroso Read full review


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About the author (1988)

Rosario Santos directs Fulbright Programs for Latin America for the Institute of International Education. She has been the managing editor of the literary journal, Review, Lation American Art and Literature, and the director of the literarture program of the Center for Inter-American Relations.