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The memories of Ana Calder?n; a novel

Lim?n, Graciela

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ISBN 10: 155885116X / ISBN 13: 9781558851160
Editorial: Arte P?blico Press, Houston, 1994
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199p., first edition, signed by Lim?n, very good condition in like dj with "autographed copy" sticker on front panel of the dj. N° de ref. de la librería 180192

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Título: The memories of Ana Calder?n; a novel

Editorial: Arte P?blico Press, Houston

Año de publicación: 1994

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

Edición: 1st Edition

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Book by Limon Graciela

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Ana's idyllic childhood, romping among the dunes in a Mexican fishing village, is shattered when her mother dies in childbirth, and Ana must assume the duties of caring for the younger ones of the family. Not only must she assume adult responsibility, but she must challenge her community's consensus about the role she has inherited as a female.
In order to earn enough for his family to survive, Ana's father takes the children and an adopted son to the United States. Here begins Ana's long torturous odyssey towards self-fulfillment. On the way, she must face her father's ever-increasing wrath, her sisters' envy and society's rigidity as she becomes more independent.
But what is in store for her is more pain than her father alone can inflict: a treacherous love affair that leaves her with child, banishment from the sisters she has raised, a prison term, grueling agricultural work. Ana overcomes all but fate itself in this novel of surprising plot twists and unforgiving destiny.

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