Life in the raw on an inhospitable borderline
Cantú’s book – half memoir, half meditation – implants itself in your mind
Non-fiction: The Line Becomes a River, By Francisco Cantú , Bodley Head, €16.15
While Europe grapples with the seemingly insurmountable problem of how to make an arbitrary and meandering border between two parts of Ireland as seamless and invisible as possible, the US – or the US president – obsesses with trying to do the opposite and construct a wall along the Mexican border that stretches for 2,000 miles across parched deserts and...
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