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They Forged the Signature of God: A Novel
by Viriato Sención
Northwestern University Press, 1995
Paper: 978-1-880684-33-7
Library of Congress Classification PQ7409.2.S38L613 1995
Dewey Decimal Classification 863

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This vivid exposé of corruption and political tyranny in the Dominican Republic rang so true to the reality that the President of that country went on television to denounce the book. They Forged the Signature of God went on to become the best-selling book in the history of the Dominican Republic. 

Sención's novel follows the lives of three seminary students who suffer from church-state oppression. The book also gives a chilling portrai of Dr. Ramos, a sinister autocrat, who manages to survive six terms as president of his country through manipulation and tyranny. This finely textured novel gives a vivid picture of the internal politics of the Dominican Republic.

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