The Trap by Ana Maria Matute

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novel, Spain, tr R Nugent & M Jose de la Camara

About Ana Maria Matute

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Ana Maria Matute was born in Barcelona in 1926 and has published ten novels, ten collections of short stories and essays, and eight children's books. She has won nearly all of Spain's major literary prizes--among them, the prestigious Cafe Gijon award for Celebration--and her works have been translated into twenty-three different languages. Phoebe Ann Porter is coeditor, with Hector Medina, of "Exploraciones imaginativas: Quince cuentos hispano-americanos,
Published November 1, 1996 by Latin Amer Literary Review Pr. 220 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A boy named Bear, born to the narrator while his father was at war, grows up during the course of the novel as well and is often the focus of endless deliberation: ""Why have I accepted the fact that Bear might get used to it here, in this country?

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