Reviews | December 01, 1982
Recent Translations of Latin American Fiction
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Alejo Carpenter, the Cuban novelist, invented the phrase “marvelous reality” to describe a particular way of viewing Lating America. So many things seemed extraordinary, paradoxical, and magical that he could hardly believe what his own eyes saw.
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