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The Aguero Sisters (Ballantine Reader's Circle)

García, Cristina

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ISBN 10: 0345406516 / ISBN 13: 9780345406514
Verlag: Ballantine Books, 1998
Gebraucht Zustand: Very Good Softcover
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Titel: The Aguero Sisters (Ballantine Reader's ...

Verlag: Ballantine Books

Erscheinungsdatum: 1998

Einband: Paperback

Zustand:Very Good

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"Excerpts from reviews of Cristina Garcia's "The Aguero
Sisters
"An extraordinary new novel does justice to the Cuba of history as well as
the Cuba of imagination....Garcia has crafted a beautifully rounded work
of art, as warm and wry and sensuous as the island she so clearly loves."
--"Time
"In 1992, Cristina Garcia's "Dreaming in Cuban announced the
presence of a new star in the American literary firmament.... Garcia's
remarkable second novel, "The Aguero Sisters, is even better, a
deeper, more profound plunge into the mysteries of loyalty, love and
identity (national, familial and otherwise)....Cristina Garcia again
proves herself a gifted chronicler of exile's promise and peril."
--"Newsday
"Five years after her debut, the former journalist has made good on her
early promise with a superb second novel, "The Aguero
Sisters....With sensual prose and a plot that captures the angst of
the Cuban diaspora...Garcia seductively draws us in and refuses to let go."
--"Newsweek
"The conventions of magic realism can either amplify the story and give it
resonance or fragment the narrative, draining it of clarity. Garcia's
beautifully written second novel...seems to embody both extremes....Her
prose is lush and rhythmic, so that the novel has an almost feverish air."
--"Booklist
"A bold and very richly detailed portrait...Fluid, graceful, and extremely
rewarding: a work of high seriousness and rich detail."
--"Kirkus Reviews
"Cristina Garcia neatly sidesteps the curse of the much-feted first
novel...with the assured "The Aguero Sisters, a vibrant tale of
a repressed Manhattan cosmeticssaleswomen and her sexy, Havana-based
sister that blends family, culture, and Garcia's shapely prose into a
rich, velvety world one is loath to leave."
--"Elle
"This is no paint-by-numbers allegory. Garcia's characters are
three-dimensional and her novel is filled with rich and compelling detail."
--"San Francisco Chronicle

"Excerpts from reviews of Cristina Garcia's ""The Aguero
Sisters"
"An extraordinary new novel does justice to the Cuba of history as well as
the Cuba of imagination....Garcia has crafted a beautifully rounded work
of art, as warm and wry and sensuous as the island she so clearly loves."
--"Time"
"In 1992, Cristina Garcia's "Dreaming in Cuban" announced the
presence of a new star in the American literary firmament.... Garcia's
remarkable second novel, "The Aguero Sisters," is even better, a
deeper, more profound plunge into the mysteries of loyalty, love and
identity (national, familial and otherwise)....Cristina Garcia again
proves herself a gifted chronicler of exile's promise and peril."
--"Newsday"
"Five years after her debut, the former journalist has made good on her
early promise with a superb second novel, "The Aguero
Sisters,."..With sensual prose and a plot that captures the angst of
the Cuban diaspora...Garcia seductively draws us in and refuses to let go."
--"Newsweek"
"The conventions of magic realism can either amplify the story and give it
resonance or fragment the narrative, draining it of clarity. Garcia's
beautifully written second novel...seems to embody both extremes....Her
prose is lush and rhythmic, so that the novel has an almost feverish air."
--"Booklist"
"A bold and very richly detailed portrait...Fluid, graceful, and extremely
rewarding: a work of high seriousness and rich detail."
--"Kirkus Reviews"
"Cristina Garcia neatly sidesteps the curse of the much-feted first
novel...with the assured "The Aguero Sisters," a vibrant tale of
a repressedManhattan cosmetics saleswomen and her sexy, Havana-based
sister that blends family, culture, and Garcia's shapely prose into a
rich, velvety world one is loath to leave."
--"Elle"
"This is no paint-by-numbers allegory. Garcia's characters are
three-dimensional and her novel is filled with rich and compelling detail."
--"San Francisco Chronicle"

"Excerpts from reviews of Cristina Garcia's The Aguero
Sisters"
"An extraordinary new novel does justice to the Cuba of history as well as
the Cuba of imagination....Garcia has crafted a beautifully rounded work
of art, as warm and wry and sensuous as the island she so clearly loves."
--"Time"
"In 1992, Cristina Garcia's "Dreaming in Cuban" announced the
presence of a new star in the American literary firmament.... Garcia's
remarkable second novel, "The Aguero Sisters," is even better, a
deeper, more profound plunge into the mysteries of loyalty, love and
identity (national, familial and otherwise)....Cristina Garcia again
proves herself a gifted chronicler of exile's promise and peril."
--"Newsday"
"Five years after her debut, the former journalist has made good on her
early promise with a superb second novel, "The Aguero
Sisters."...With sensual prose and a plot that captures the angst of
the Cuban diaspora...Garcia seductively draws us in and refuses to let go."
--"Newsweek"
"The conventions of magic realism can either amplify the story and give it
resonance or fragment the narrative, draining it of clarity. Garcia's
beautifully written second novel...seems to embody both extremes....Her
prose is lush and rhythmic, so that the novel has an almost feverish air."
--"Booklist"
"A bold and very richly detailed portrait...Fluid, graceful, and extremely
rewarding: a work of high seriousness and rich detail."
--"Kirkus Reviews"
"Cristina Garcia neatly sidesteps the curse of the much-feted first
novel...with the assured "The Aguero Sisters," a vibrant tale of
a repressed Manhattan cosmetics saleswomen and her sexy, Havana-based
sister that blends family, culture, and Garcia's shapely prose into a
rich, velvety world one is loath to leave."
--"Elle"
"This is no paint-by-numbers allegory. Garcia's characters are
three-dimensional and her novel is filled with rich and compelling detail."
--"San Francisco Chronicle""

Excerpts from reviews of Cristina Garcia's The Aguero
Sisters

"An extraordinary new novel does justice to the Cuba of history as well as
the Cuba of imagination....Garcia has crafted a beautifully rounded work
of art, as warm and wry and sensuous as the island she so clearly loves."

--Time

"In 1992, Cristina Garcia's Dreaming in Cuban announced the
presence of a new star in the American literary firmament.... Garcia's
remarkable second novel, The Aguero Sisters, is even better, a
deeper, more profound plunge into the mysteries of loyalty, love and
identity (national, familial and otherwise)....Cristina Garcia again
proves herself a gifted chronicler of exile's promise and peril."

--Newsday

"Five years after her debut, the former journalist has made good on her
early promise with a superb second novel, The Aguero
Sisters
....With sensual prose and a plot that captures the angst of
the Cuban diaspora...Garcia seductively draws us in and refuses to let go."

--Newsweek

"The conventions of magic realism can either amplify the story and give it
resonance or fragment the narrative, draining it of clarity. Garcia's
beautifully written second novel...seems to embody both extremes....Her
prose is lush and rhythmic, so that the novel has an almost feverish air."

--Booklist

"A bold and very richly detailed portrait...Fluid, graceful, and extremely
rewarding: a work of high seriousness and rich detail."

--Kirkus Reviews

"Cristina Garcia neatly sidesteps the curse of the much-feted first
novel...with the assured The Aguero Sisters, a vibrant tale of
a repressed Manhattan cosmetics saleswomen and her sexy, Havana-based
sister that blends family, culture, and Garcia's shapely prose into a
rich, velvety world one is loath to leave."

--Elle

"This is no paint-by-numbers allegory. Garcia's characters are
three-dimensional and her novel is filled with rich and compelling detail."

--San Francisco Chronicle

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