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The Book of Memories - Jewish Latin America (Hardback)
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The Book of Memories - Jewish Latin America (Hardback)

(author), (author of introduction), (translator)
£31.50
Hardback 200 Pages / Published: 30/09/1998
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Originally published in Spanish in 1994, this is a humorous yet moving exploration of a Jewish family's history, as seen through the eyes of three generations of women.

Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
ISBN: 9780826319487
Number of pages: 200
Weight: 427 g
Dimensions: 210 x 140 x 21 mm


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"Ana Maria Shua's epic work centres round three generations of the Rimetka family, Eastern European immigrants who settled in Buenos Aires, but is equally about the racially and religiously diverse nation that is Argentina. . . . A rich story, individual yet universal, imaginatively told, that draws the reader into "The Book of Memories."
Ana Maria Shuas epic work centres round three generations of the Rimetka family, Eastern European immigrants who settled in Buenos Aires, but is equally about the racially and religiously diverse nation that is Argentina. . . . A rich story, individual yet universal, imaginatively told, that draws the reader into "The Book of Memories."
aAna Maria Shuaas epic work centres round three generations of the Rimetka family, Eastern European immigrants who settled in Buenos Aires, but is equally about the racially and religiously diverse nation that is Argentina. . . . A rich story, individual yet universal, imaginatively told, that draws the reader into "The Book of Memories."a
"The author's zestful writing style that incorporates a great deal of black humor enhances the bickering sequences of events. Characters are believeable. . . . A good read requiring a great deal of concentration."
AAA1/2Ana Maria Shua's epic work centres round three generations of the Rimetka family, Eastern European immigrants who settled in Buenos Aires, but is equally about the racially and religiously diverse nation that is Argentina. . . . A rich story, individual yet universal, imaginatively told, that draws the reader into "The Book of Memories."AAA1/2

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