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Nightmares of the lettered city
Juan Pablo Dabove
|Statement||Juan Pablo Dabove.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 381 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||381|
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Nightmares of the Lettered City Book Description: Juan Pablo Dabove examines writings over a broad time period, from the early nineteenth century to the s, and while Nightmares of the Lettered City focuses on four crucial countries (Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, and Venezuela), it is the first book to address the depiction of banditry in Latin America.
Juan Pablo Dabove examines writings over a broad time period, from the early nineteenth century to the s, and while Nightmares of the Lettered City focuses on four crucial countries (Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, and Venezuela), it is the first book to address the depiction of banditry in Latin America.
Nightmares of the Lettered City: Banditry and Literature in Latin America, – By Juan Pablo Dabove. By Juan Pablo Dabove. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, Table of Contents for Nightmares of the lettered city: banditry and literature in Latin America, / Juan Pablo Dabove, available from the Library of Congress.
Table of contents for Nightmares of the lettered city: banditry and literature in Latin America, / Juan Pablo Dabove. Twelve-year-old Charlie Laird believes his new stepmother is a witch, in part due to his horrible nightmares about being held captive by witches.
Charlie soon learns that the witches' Brand: Random House Children's Books. KIRKUS REVIEW. Charlie Laird’s nightmares become a reality when he discovers a portal to the Netherworld.
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