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Consider this, Señora

Author: Harriet Doerr
Publisher: London : Deutsch, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In this highly praised second novel by the author of Stones of Ibarra the characters find themselves waiting, hoping, and living in rural Mexico--a land with the power to enchant, repel, and change all who pass through. Each of the North Americans who settles in Amapolas interacts with the landscape and the Mexican residents in a different way, but it is Ursula Bowles--born in Mexico and now returning near the end  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harriet Doerr
ISBN: 0233989080 9780233989082
OCLC Number: 32274472
Description: 241 pages
Contents: Picnic at Amapolas --
Easter weekend --
Goya and the Widow Bowles --
A over Middle C --
Truckloads of tuberoses --
Another short day in La Luz --
Bud on the side of the angels --
Exit the widow --
The bandstand in the square --
As it happened.
Responsibility: Harriet Doerr.

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A paperback novel which examines the lives of four North American expatriates in a small Mexican village as each is drawn into the aura of the landscape and changed by the experience. By the author  Read more...

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