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Brianda Domecq Author- THE ASTONISHING STORY OF THE SAINT OF CABORA

THE ASTONISHING STORY OF THE SAINT OF CABORA

by Brianda Domecq

translated by Kay Garcia

Based on actual events, this is the story of Mexican heroine Teresa Urrea, born in 1873, who became a faith healer and inspiration to the ill and disheartened.

“Domecq’s literary voice never wavers in this beautiful, hypnotic work.  Highly recommended.”- Libary Journal

304 pp   paper  ISBN978-0-9276534-78-9

Bilingual Review Press

1-866-065-3867

www,asu.edu/brp

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Brianda Domecq Author- THE ASTONISHING STORY OF THE SAINT OF CABORA

THE ASTONISHING STORY OF THE SAINT OF CABORA

by Brianda Domecq

translated by Kay Garcia

Based on actual events, this is the story of Mexican heroine Teresa Urrea, born in 1873, who became a faith healer and inspirtion to the ill and disheartened. Teresa’s sense of justice and sypathy drew her into political intrique against the dictator Porfirio Dias

“Domecq’s literary voice never wavers in this beautiful, hypnotic work. Highly recommended.”- Library Journal

304 pp paper $15.00 ISBN 978-0-927534-78-9

Bilingual Review Press

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E-mail- brp@asu.edu

http://www.asu.edu.brp

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