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1967

6 x 9 in.
229 pp.

ISBN: 978-0-292-71252-2
$25.00, paperback
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This book is a digital facsimile of the 1967 edition.



 

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Who if I Cry Out

By Gustavo Corção
Translated by Clotilde Wilson

 

 

Three months to live.

José Maria, a contemplative engineer in late middle age, and now a victim of leukemia, has received a death sentence from his doctor. His life has been a frustrating nonfulfillment of his early hopes, and his musings are many and varied as his life wanes.

The Brazilian writer Corção's remarkable novel is the diary of this thoughtful man facing the imminent prospect of death and trying to find the meaning of life—and of death—while evaluating his own existence.

Texas Pan American Series


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