Latin American Women

The day-to-day calamity of personhood under oppressive systems finds dazzling form in fiction that rouses the ordinary into menacing new territory. Dávila, Lispector, and Bracher lace domestic spaces with dread, and render the perils of gender, family, and polity into art: three radical visions, three intricate refusals to comply, from three pathbreaking women writers.

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The Besieged City At last in English, and sure to be a revelation to her fans, Clarice Lispector’s third book is unlike any of her other novels—it even has a happy ending
I Didn't Talk The English-language debut of a master stylist: a compassionate but relentless novel about the long, dark harvest of Brazil’s totalitarian rule