|Subject||Argentina's Dirty War|
|Dewey Decimal||813/.54 19|
|LC Classification||PS3570.H6678 I4 1987|
Imagining Argentina is an award-winning novel by Lawrence Thornton, about the Dirty War in 1970s Buenos Aires, Argentina, where the military government is abducting those opposed to its rule. Cecilia, a dissident journalist, is kidnapped by the secret police to join the ranks of the 'disappeared', as her husband Carlos, a theater director, searches frantically for her and others through "imagining" their fates in prisons and cells.
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