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Eva the Fugitive.

An early cameo of Latin American surrealism, Rosamel del Valle's erotic narrative of ecstasy and perdition creates the rhythm of the dream and the tempo of madness. Intermittently a waiflike young woman, Eva, intrudes into the daily routine of the writer. Her appearances are marked by a circle...

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Main Author: Del Valle, Rosamel.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Spanish
Published: CA : University of California Press, 1990.
Series:Latin American literature and culture (Berkeley, Calif.) ; 5.
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Online Access:Online version
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