And We Sold the Rain: Contemporary Fiction from Central America

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Rosario Santos
Seven Stories Press, 1996 - Fiction - 257 pages
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Contemporary Fiction from Central America At times unsettling, absurd, suspenseful, tragic, exhilarating, and revelatory, the stories in this collection bring together the widely divergent styles and subject matter of writers from Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama. An arresting, luminous collection' - Publishers Weekly'

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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

Contents

The Proof
13
Confinement
33
Story of the Maestro Who Spent His Whole
41
Copyright

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Born in La Paz, Bolivia, 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, Latin American Art and Literature, and the director of the literature program of the Center for Inter-American Relations. She lives in New York City.

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