Maqroll: Three Novellas

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HarperCollins, 1992 - Fiction - 289 pages
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Haunting, sensuous, and romantic, three original novellas feature an extraordinary and charismatic hero called Maqroll. Maqroll's wanderings take him all over the world and his turbulent and episodic life is filled with startling situations and memorable characters, ever set against an elusive background of place, circumstance, and mood.

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MAQROLL: Three Novellas

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Elegant, overworldly (in that relentless manner a certain strain of Latin American who, me, provincial? writing has: ``Not Kazan or Kanpur or Aleppo. Not in lacustrine Venice or chimerical Istanbul ... Read full review

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These three closely tied novellas track the adventures of Maqroll, a vagabond who lives on the edge of society, as he travels through Central and South America. The first escapade in his diary, "The ... Read full review

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