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6th November, 2011

By Hector Abad

Old Street, €12.60

Hector Abad's Oblivion is not simply a memoir; it's more truly defined as being also a non-fiction account of both his father's life and the story of his homeland Colombia's brutal history of violence. The novelist's father was a socialist public health professor who was assassinated by right-wing reactionaries in 1987. Here, Abad explores and attempts to explain the 'oblivion' that the South American country has become, as well...

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