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So far from God : a novel

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  • "Sofia and her daughters--Fe, Esperanza, Caridad, and la Loca--endure hardship and enjoy love in the sleepy New Mexico hamlet of Tomé, where the comic and the horrific, the real and the supernatural, reside."
  • "From the American Book Award-winning author of The Mixquiahuala Letters comes the story of a remarkable woman and her four daughters living in New Mexico-- a novel shaped by influences as diverse as Mexican mythology, Catholicism, and today's headlines."
  • "Tome es un pueblucho somnoliento perdido en Nuevo México, pero en las manos de Ana Castillo se revela como un sitio rebosante de vida, donde pueden ocurrir maravillas. Pasado y presente se mezclan, como también lo real y lo sobrenatural, lo cómico y lo aterrador, las mujeres y los hombres. Con una voz coloquial e íntima, la autora relata la historia de dos décadas en la vida de una familia chicana en la que Sofía, la madre, debe arreglárselas para salir adelante después de la desaparición de Domingo, un marido aficionado al juego pero con un irresistible bigote a lo Clark Gable."
  • "Sofia and her daughters, Fe, Esperanza, Caridad, and la Loca, endure hardship and enjoy love in the sleepy New Mexico hamlet of Tome, where the comic and the horrific, the real and the supernatural, reside."
  • "Controlled anger, and a distinct feminist point of view of the world and the cosmos. Of all the marvels in this book, and there are many, the greatest is the achievement of its creator."
  • "Sofia and her fated daughters, Fe, Esperanza, Caridad, and la Loca, endure hardship and enjoy love in the sleepy New Mexico hamlet of Tome, a town teeming with marvels where the comic and the horrific, the real and the supernatural, reside. -- Back cover."
  • "Tome is a small, outwardly sleepy hamlet in central New Mexico. In Ana Castillo's hands, however, it stands wondrously revealed as a place teeming with life and with all manner of collisions: the past with the present, the real with the supernatural, the comic with the horrific, the Native American with the Latino and the Anglo, and the women with the men. With her talkative, intimate voice and stylistic narrative freedom, Castillo relates the story of two crowded decades in the life of a Chicano family. "Engaging . . . the author tells an important story and she tells it with inventiveness and verve."--Washington Post Book World."
  • "Author relates the story of two crowded decades in the life of a Chicana family. The mother, Sofia, holds things together in the years following the disappearance of her husband Domingo (he of the Clark Gable mustache and the uncontrollable gambling habit). Then there are the daughters: Esperanza, Chicana campus radical turned career woman and television news reporter; Caridad, a nurse who dulls the pain of being jilted with nightly bouts of alcohol and anonymous sex."
  • "Fe, the prim and proper bank employee in constant quest for the good life; and la Loca, whose "death" and subsequent resurrection at age three have left her strange and saintly and attuned to higher spiritual frequencies. Ana Castillo's triumph in So Far from God is to weave the mundane and the miraculous, the modern and the archaic, and the tragic and the humorous into one rich novelistic fabric. Hers is a homegrown magical realism, leavened with sly commentary."
  • "Tome is a small, outwardly sleepy hamlet in central New Mexico. In Ana Castillo's hands, though, it stands wondrously revealed as a place of marvels, teeming with life and with all manner of collisions: the past with the present, the real with the supernatural, the comic with the horrific, the Native American with the Hispano with the Anglo, the women with the men. With the talkative, intimate voice and the stylistic and narrative freedom of a Southwestern Cervantes, the."
  • "From the American Book Award-winning author of The Mixquiahuala Letters comes the story of a remarkable woman and her four daughters living in New Mexico, a novel shaped by influences as diverse as Mexican mythology, Catholicism, and today's headlines. Tome is a small, outwardly sleepy hamlet in central New Mexico. In Ana Castillo's hands, though, it stands wondrously revealed as a place of marvels, teeming with life and with all manner of collisions: the past with the present, the real with the supernatural, the comic with the horrific, the Native American with the Latino and the Anglo, the women with the men. With the talkative, intimate voice and the stylistic narrative freedom of a Southwestern Cervantes, Castillo relates the story of two crowded decades in the life of a Chicano family."

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  • "Domestic fiction"
  • "Belletristische Darstellung"
  • "Literatura i medicina"
  • "Fiction"@es
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Novel·les"
  • "Tekstuitgave"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"
  • "Electronic books"

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  • "So far from God"
  • "So far from God a novel"
  • "Tan lejos de dios"
  • "So far from God : a novel"
  • "So far from God : a novel"@en
  • "Das Wunderhaus der Sofi García : Roman"
  • "Tanrıdan çok uzak = So far from God"@tr
  • "Das Wunderhaus der Sofi García Roman"
  • "Tan lejos de Dios"@es
  • "Tan lejos de Dios"
  • "Tan lejos de Dios"@en

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