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    Rosa Negra, Elvin Dominici’s most recent work of literature, tells the harrowing ordeal of a woman who abandons her homeland to touch down on US soil. Because it dovetails with real-life events, it runs the risk of inflaming passions and generating mixed reactions from certain parties that may feel this refers to them, so much more when the lines between reality and fiction aren’t clearly drawn, opening up an entire world of questions for the reader who tries to discern between one and the other. A simple novel assembled in a circular structure, the story joins Rosa Delia with her granddaughter Wendy at a moment in which life had begun to lose all meaning for the young lady. Rosa Delia’s story provides a guide for the footsteps of a granddaughter who has already begun to exhibit the signs of dissonant acculturation, therefore it opens up the wound of communication in two languages, two realities, two life views seen through the lens of the process of linguistic separation...

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      • Ano de Edição: 2016
      • Ano:  2016
      • País de Produção: United States
      • Código de Barras:  2001120795188
      • ISBN:  9781365550409

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