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How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents (Plume Contemporary Fiction)by Julia Alvarez
Synopses & Reviews
It's a long way from Santo Domingo to the Bronx, but if anyone can go the distance, it's the Garcia girls. Four lively Latinas plunge from a pampered life of privilege on an island compound into the big-city chaos of New York, where they embrace all that America has to offer.
"This is an account of parallel odysseys, as each of the four daughters adapts in her own way, and a large part of Alvarez's Garcia's accomplishment is the complexity with which these vivid characters are rendered." Publishers Weekly
"Alvarez is a gifted, evocative storyteller of promise." Library Journal
About the Author
Alvarez is a poet and fiction writer. She teaches creative writing and literature at Middlebury College.
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