• Title : The Invisible Mountain

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  • ISBN: 0307271633

  • Format Type: Hardcover

  • Number of Pages: 384 pages


The Invisible Mountain Description

From Per n s glittering Buenos Aires to the rustic hills of Rio de Janeiro, from the haven of a Montevideo butchershop to U.S embassy halls, The Invisible Mountain celebrates a nation s spirit, the will to survive in the most desperate of circumstances, and the fierce and complex connections between mother and daughter.On the first day of the century, a small town gathers to witness a miracle and unravel its portents the mysterious reappearance of a lost infant, Pajarita Later, as a young woman in the capital city Montevideo, brimming with growth and promise Pajarita begins a lineage of independent women Her daughter Eva, intent on becoming a poet, overcomes an early, shattering betrayal to embark on a most unconventional path toward personal and artistic fulfillment And Eva s daughter Salom , awakening to both her sensuality and political convictions amidst the violent turmoil of the late 1960s, finds herself dangerously attracted to a cadre of urban guerilla rebels From Per n s glittering Buenos Aires to the rustic hills of Rio de Janeiro, from the haven of a Montevideo butchershop to U.S embassy halls, The Invisible Mountain celebrates a nation s spirit, the will to survive in the most desperate of circumstances, and the fierce and complex connections between mother and daughter..



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thumbnail Title: The Invisible Mountain
Author:Carolina De Robertis
ISBN :0307271633
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Description: From Per n s glittering Buenos Aires to the rustic hills of Rio de Janeiro, from the haven of a Montevideo butchershop to U.S embassy halls, The Invisible Mountain celebrates a nation s spirit, the wi

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