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An elegy, a book of dreams and some musings on catharsis and hero-worship in modern culture.
|Publisher:||Adriana Díaz Enciso|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||267 KB|
About the Author
Adriana Díaz Enciso is a poet, fiction writer and translator. Born in Mexico, she has lived in London since 1999. She has published traditionally six books of poetry, two short stories collections and four novels. She’s the author of several lyrics for Mexican rock band Santa Sabina, and has written for the stage and TV. Her most recent novel, Ciudad doliente de Dios (Doleful City of God), published in Mexico by Alfaguara (a Penguin/Random House imprint) and the UNAM, is inspired in William Blake’s Prophetic Poems.