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In the wake of his father's premature death, Jose Cemi comes of age in a turn of the century Cuba described in the Washington Post as "an island paradise where magic and philosophy twist the lives of the old Cuban bourgeoisie into extravagant wonderful shapes."
About the Author
Ernesto Livon-Grosman is Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures at Boston College. He is the translator of "Charles Olson: Poemas "(1997) and the editor of "The XUL Reader: An Anthology of Argentine Poetry "(1997). His most recent book is "Geografias imaginarias: El relato de viaje y la construccion del paisaje patagonico "(2003).
Antonio Lobo Antunes, born in 1942, is the author of novels including "What Can I Do When Everything's On Fire?" and "Act of the Damned". He lives in Lisbon, Portugal.