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At Night We Walk in Circles



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Author
Alarcon, Daniel
Descriptors
Actors and Actresses
Civil War
Man-Woman Relationships
Memories
Performing Arts
Prisoners
Theater
Location/Setting:
South America
Time Period:
21st Century
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Summary
In an unnamed South American country, Nelson, an aspiring actor, is cast in a traveling theater piece, a revival of "The Idiot President", a play which brought its writer a harsh jail term many years previously when the country was fighting a revolution.
Critique
As told by an unidentified narrator with ominous overtones, this political novel by Peruvian writer Alarcon emphasizes the political power of the written word and the fear of a society terrorized by a civil war.
ISBN
9781594631719
  iBistro
# of Pages
374
Published
2013
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Reviewer's Initials: DO


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