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SOUTH OF THE EQUATOR - CARLA GUELFENBEIN
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Feb 21, 2021 4:00 PM
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SOUTH OF THE EQUATOR - CARLA GUELFENBEIN
This Chilean literary thriller tells the story of three lives inter
twined with that of an enigmatic author, whose character is in
spired by the groundbreaking Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector.
Vera Sigall, now eighty years old, has lived a mysterious, ascetic
life far from the limelight of literary circles. This powerful
character has a profound effect on those around her  Daniel,
an architect and her neighbour and friend, unhappy in his mar
riage and career; Emilia, a Franco-Chilean student who travels
to Santiago to write a thesis on the elusive Vera; and Horacio, an
acclaimed poet with whom Vera had a tumultuous, passionate
affair in her youth. As Daniel, Emilia, and Horacio tell their
stories, they reconstruct Veras past, and search for their own
identities. Spanning from modern-day Chile to the 1950s, 60s,
and through the years of the Pinochet dictatorship, In the
Distance with You reveals successive mysteries and discoveries
like a set of Russian nesting dolls.
CARLA GUELFENBEIN is a Chilean novelist of Russian-Jewish
descent. She is the author of six novels and her work has been
translated into 14 languages by prestigious editorial houses
in Europe. Guelfenbein is one of the last bestselling phenom
ena of the Chilean narrative. In the Distance with You won the
Premio Alfaguara de Novela, a prestigious Spanish-language
literary award.

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Timezone: America/Vancouver
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