By Kenzaburō Ōe
From Nobel Prize winner Oe comes the tale of Marie Kuraki, a jap girl with a grin like Betty Boop's, who has turn into a saint to a gaggle of Mexican farm staff. even if Marie is an unbeliever looking for religious peace, she embarks on a trip brought on through a chain of non-public tragedies, together with the deaths of her husband and sons.
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