Set in the 1950s and 1960s, The Line of the Sun moves
from a rural Puerto Rican village to a tough immigrant housing
project in New Jersey, telling the story of a Hispanic family's
struggle to become part of a new culture without relinquishing the
old. At the story's center is Guzmán, an almost mythic figure whose
adventures and exile, salvation and return leave him a broken man
but preserve his place in the heart and imagination of his niece,
who is his secret biographer.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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