6 edition of Lost City Radio found in the catalog.
January 30, 2007
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||257|
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Lost City Radio was a lyrical and character-driven novel that I greatly enjoyed, and was my favorite novel that I read this semester in Latino-American Literature. I also got to see Daniel Alarcon read at my university, and much appreciated getting the additional perspective on him and his writing/5.
Lost City Radio is set in an unnamed capital city in an unnamed Latin American country, and here we encounter Norma, the voice of the unnamed nation. Unlike the magical realism sometimes associated with fictional settings in Latin American literature, this novel is painfully realistic and by: Lost City Radio is set in an unnamed capital city in an unnamed Latin American country, and here we encounter Norma, the voice of the unnamed nation.
Unlike the magical realism sometimes associated with fictional settings in Latin American literature, this novel is painfully realistic and political.4/4(37). In Lost City Radio, the city is the epicenter of the country, surrounded by the mysterious and eerie jungle, which death and destruction have laid to waste.
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The host of a radio show finds herself increasingly tangled in the legacy of her country’s wearying history of war. Like the dystopian settings of Brave New World andthe nation that Alarcón describes in his jarring and deeply imagined first novel feels at once anonymous and very lives in the capital city of a South American nation that has spent ten years recovering.
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