Hard rain

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Readers International, Nov 1, 1990 - Fiction - 270 pages
3 Reviews
A look back at the artistic and political climate of the Allende period from this writers tragic perspective on Chile today.

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User Review  - Sophie - Goodreads

About fifty pages in, I wondered if this book was secretly brilliant, and I just wasn't clever enough to get it. But after reading every tortuous page, I've decided I don't care - I don't think it's ... Read full review

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User Review  - Andy - Goodreads

Postmodern fiction, eat your heart out. Right from the core of the Allende revolution, with presentiments of Pinochet and a tangling of narrative unequaled in its haunting character. Read full review


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About the author (1990)

Hailed as a literary grandmaster by "Time" magazine, Ariel Dorfman has received numerous international prizes for his novels, plays, poems, journalism, and essays.
Joaquin Dorfman opened his first play at the Edinburgh Festival at the age of 19. He has just finished his second novel, "Through the Ordinary World,"
The Dorfmans have also written two screenplays together. Ariel Dorfman lives in Durham, North Carolina, and Joaquin is between homes.

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