The twilight zone / Nona Fern©Łndez ; translated from the Spanish by Natasha Wimmer.
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- ISBN: 9781644450475
- ISBN: 164445047X
- Physical Description: 219 pages ; 19 cm
- Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Graywolf Press, 
- Copyright: ℗♭2016
Translation of: Dimensi©đn desconocida.
Originally published in 2016 as La dimensi©đn desconocida by Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, Santiago.
"First Greywolf printing, 2021." - T.p. verso.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Entry zone -- Contact zone -- Ghost zone -- Escape zone.
"It's 1984 in Chile, in the middle of the Pinochet dictatorship. A member of the secret police walks into the office of a dissident magazine and finds a reporter, who records his testimony. The narrator of Nona Fern©Łndez's mesmerizing and terrifying novel The Twilight Zone is a child when she first sees this man's face on the magazine's cover with the words "I Tortured People." His complicity in the worst crimes of the regime and his commitment to speaking about them haunt the narrator into her adulthood and career as a writer and documentarian. Like a secret service agent from the future, through extraordinary feats of the imagination, Fern©Łndez follows the "man who tortured people" to places that archives can't reach, into the sinister twilight zone of history where morning routines, a game of chess, Yuri Gagarin, and the eponymous TV show of the novel's title coexist with the brutal yet commonplace machinations of the regime."--Amazon.
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