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The Ship of Fools. Cristina Peri Rossi reaches back playfully to some imaginary starting point when stories barked and scolded. She strips her narrative of every conventional comfort that has turned the novel into an anodyne; that keeps us as oblivious about our own violence and inhumanity as the inhabitants of that first ship of fools.”

Elizabeth Huergo, author of The Death of Fidel Pérez

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