Bruna And Her Sisters In The Sleeping City ($24.95; Dec.; 240 pp.; 0-8101-1408-9): A deft allegorization of protagonist Bruna Catovil's struggles to escape her "mad" family's (and culture's) ignorance and insularity gradually emerges from Coss°o's magical-realist debut fiction (originally published in 1973 and now the first of her novels to be translated into English).
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