"The concrete details of Alberto's case resonate more than P.'s abstract spiritual odyssey."
A son returns from self-exile and comes to terms with his father's past, and his own, during the military dictatorship in Argentina; the fifth, largely autobiographical novel and American debut from this Argentine writer.
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