Publisher: Pushkin Press
Number of pages: 192
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
'Bracher takes a dazzling look at the invisible burdens that haunt a well-to-do family in contemporary Brazil... Bracher simultaneously pulls off a searing portrait of class in Sao Paulo... and of both hereditary trauma and family tenderness. This spellbinding and surprising work announced Bracher as one of the most fascinating contemporary Brazilian writers' - Publishers Weekly, starred review
'A sophisticated, multifaceted portrait of a family that endures nevertheless through its decline... An elegant and nuanced meditation on family, class, perception, illness, and death.' - Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review)
'A singularly powerful voice of Brazilian contemporary literature' - Asymptote
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