The Greatest Peruvian "Santo Domingo" Books of All Time

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Santo Domingo

The "Santo Domingo" category of books likely refers to a collection of literature that centers around the city of Santo Domingo, the capital and largest city of the Dominican Republic. This genre would encompass a diverse array of works, including historical accounts, cultural studies, travel narratives, and fictional stories set against the backdrop of this vibrant Caribbean metropolis. Books in this category would explore the rich tapestry of Santo Domingo's past and present, from its founding by the Spanish in the 15th century to its role in the modern Caribbean. Readers could expect to delve into themes such as colonialism, independence, socio-economic dynamics, and the unique blend of Taino, African, and European influences that define the city's architecture, cuisine, music, and arts. This category would be of particular interest to those seeking to understand the complexities of Caribbean history, the nuances of Dominican culture, and the colorful life of Santo Domingo's inhabitants.

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  1. 1. The Feast of the Goat: A Novel by Mario Vargas Llosa

    "The Feast of the Goat" is a historical novel set in the Dominican Republic during the rule of dictator Rafael Trujillo. It follows the story of Urania Cabral, a successful lawyer returning to her homeland after 30 years of self-imposed exile, and her struggle to confront the traumatic past that led to her departure. The narrative alternates between Urania's personal story and the brutal regime of Trujillo, providing a stark depiction of political tyranny and its effects on individual lives.

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