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San Juan

Fiction Eduardo Lalo
Translated from the Spanish by Suzanne Jill Levine

Exile had a way of provoking contempt. One lived far away because one couldn't live inside.

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No. 26

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Eduardo Lalo is a novelist, essayist, and photographer from Puerto Rico. He is the author of Simone and Uselessness (both University of Chicago). Deudos/Death Debt: The Art of Eduardo Lalo was a recent exhibition in the Benson Latin American Collection at the University of Texas, Austin.


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