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Song of the Red Cloak
by Chantel Acevedo
Two Spartan boys grow up together, and become inseparable friends. One is a prince of Sparta , destined to rule this ancient Greek state, the other a slave, or helot, who serves the young prince. In the harsh training camps, or agoges, where boys are groomed to become the great warriors of Spartan fame, their skills are honed and...
Maria Sirena tells stories. She does it for money—she was a favorite in the cigar factory where she worked as a lettora —and for love, spinning gossamer tales out of her own past for the benefit of friends, neighbors, and family. But now, like a modern-day Scheherazade, she will be asked to tell one last story so that eight women...
On the outside, Josefina Navarro's life seems fortunate enough—she lives with her father and her nursemaid, Regla, who raises her after the death of her mother in a luxurious home in Vedado, one of Cuba's wealthiest districts. She attends society dances and is courted by all of Havana's elite young bachelors. Enchanted by the rituals...
Categories: All Historical Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; Literary Fiction
Meraviglie lontane (Italian Edition)
by Chantel Acevedo
Cuba, 1963. Maria Sirena, un tempo “lectora” nelle fabbriche di sigari, viene evacuata assieme ad altre donne sotto la minaccia dell’uragano Flora. Per calmare le sue compagne, e per essere certa che la propria storia verrà tramandata, racconta l’incredibile vita di tre generazioni della propria famiglia. Una vita segnata da...
Daysy Maria del Pozo and Stella Maris Morales-Quinn both came to the United States as part of the 1980 Mariel Boatlift--Daysy settling in South Florida with her family and Stella starting a new life with her mother and step-father in Pittsburgh. Over time, they each find themselves haunted by their families' complicated and painful...
Categories: All Historical Fiction; Literary Fiction
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