Martita, I Remember You
In conversation with Pulitzer-winning playwright and memoirist Quiara Alegría Hudes
(My Broken Language, co-author of In the Heights)
Sunday, October 24, 4pm
The author of The House on Mango Street will discuss her latest work, a poignant lyrical novella about a three-cornered friendship between women that begins with a youthful sojourn in Paris, as well Cisneros’s own legendary life in letters.
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“In this welcome and vital return to fiction, [Sandra Cisneros ("The House on Mango Street')], beloved by readers and the recipient o
f numerous prestigious awards, portrays three adventurous young women seeking their fortunes in Paris. . . . Every heart-revving scene is sensuously and incisively rendered, cohering into a vivid, tender, funny, bittersweet, and haunting episodic tale of peril, courage, concession, selfhood, and friendship.” —Booklist
A poignant lyrical novella about a three-cornered friendship between women that begins with a youthful sojourn in Paris.