Ballad Of Another Time: A Novel by Jose Luis GonzalezBallad Of Another Time: A Novel by Jose Luis Gonzalez

Ballad Of Another Time: A Novel

byJose Luis GonzalezTranslated byAsa ZatzIntroduction byIrene Vilar

Paperback | December 16, 2004

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José Luis González (1926–1996) was born in the Dominican Republic and lived in Puerto Rico and Mexico. His novels, short stories, and essays have been widely translated and anthologized.

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José Luis González (1926–1996) was born in the Dominican Republic and lived in Puerto Rico and Mexico. His novels, short stories, and essays have been widely translated and anthologized.
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Title:Ballad Of Another Time: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:122 pages, 8.25 × 5.25 × 0.4 inPublished:December 16, 2004Publisher:University Of Wisconsin PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0299206947

ISBN - 13:9780299206949

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“A haunting, almost uncanny tale of love and honor in which the three main characters move through a world of secret passions and silences. . . .  [Set in Puerto Rico], scenes of impoverished farmers, madwomen, and men in coffee shops and cafes combine to form a blend of voices and landscapes whose essence can be distilled into three words: tobacco, coffee, and sugar. . . . Asa Zatz must be praised for bringing into his English version the beauty and melody of [González’s] Spanish original.”—Marjorie Agosin, New York Times Book Review