Cantora by Sylvia Lopez-Medina
A Novel

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A lyrical evocation of four generations of Mexican women who defy tradition to discover themselves. Distanced from her heritage, Amparo is nevertheless spellbound by the histories of her grandmother, aunt, and mother. Listening to the ancestral music, Amparo learns to hear its strains woven throughout her life.
 

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Published August 1, 1992 by Univ of New Mexico Pr. 320 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lopez-Medina has a marvelous knack for capturing the emotional intensity of women, and the detailed descriptions of both love affairs--Rosario's with Alejandro and Pilar's with Gabriel--are exquisitely handled.

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