New Islands And Other Stories by María Luisa Bombal

"New Islands and Other Stories" is a collection of evocative short stories that delve into the lives of women, exploring themes of love, isolation, and the search for identity against the backdrop of the lush South American landscape. The narratives often blend reality with fantasy, creating a dreamlike atmosphere that reflects the inner turmoil and desires of the protagonists. Through her lyrical prose, the author examines the complex emotional landscapes of her characters, revealing the ways in which they navigate the constraints of their societal roles and personal relationships. The stories are a testament to the struggles and resilience of women, and a portrayal of the transformative power of the imagination.

The 3481st greatest book of all time


Published
1939
Nationality
Chilean
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Spanish

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