En busca de Bernabé
by Graciela Limón
Spanish translation by Miguel Aparicio
Publication Date: 1997
Bind: Trade Paperback
This is the Spanish edition of Limón’s American Book Award-winning novel, which humanizes the political turmoil of Central America during the past two decades.
“A well constructed first novel.” -Publishers Weekly
Limón’s “prose is self-assured and engrossing. [The book] deserves a large audience.” -The New York Times Book Review
“It leaves the reader with that special hunger that can be created only by a newly-discovered writer. Her prose is self-assured and engrossing. The book deserves a large audience.” -The New York Times Book Review
GRACIELA LIMÓN is the critically-acclaimed and award-winning author of five novels: Erased Faces (Arte Público Press, 2001), winner of the 2002 Gustavus Myers Outstanding Book Award; The Day of the Moon (Arte Público Press, 1999); Song of the Hummingbird (Arte Público Press, 1996); The Memories of Ana Calderón (Arte Público Press, 1994); and In Search of Bernabé (Arte Público Press, 1993), the recipient of an American Book Award. In Search of Bernabé was translated and published in Spanish as En busca de Bernabé in 1997. Limon is Professor Emeritus at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles where she served as a professor of U.S. Latina/o Literature and Chair of the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies.