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Unremembering Me
by Luiz Ruffato
translated by Marguerite Itamar Harrison and Marguerite Itamar Harrison
Tagus Press, 2018
Paper: 978-1-933227-84-9
Library of Congress Classification PQ9698.428.U44D4213 2018
Dewey Decimal Classification 869.35

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Inspired by his own family's struggles, as well as the broader sociopolitical and economic forces that shaped Brazil in the 1970s, Luiz Ruffato's epistolary novel, Unremembering Me, traces the story of the narrator's older brother. Leaving behind his parents and younger siblings in order to assume financial responsibility for his family, Célio, a young factory hand from Cataguases, Minas Gerais, goes to work in industrial São Paulo. His letters home convey details about his work, living situation, adjustments to urban life, and fierce homesickness, even as they point to growing political unrest under the military dictatorship and Célio's increasing participation as a union organizer.

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