Dulcinea

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Product Details
Price
$41.95  $39.01
Publisher
Blackstone Publishing
Publish Date
Dimensions
5.8 X 5.4 X 1.6 inches | 0.45 pounds
Language
English
Type
Compact Disc
EAN/UPC
9798200808052

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About the Author

Ana Veciana-Suarez is a recipient of a CINTAS Fellowship and an Individual Artist Fellowship Award from the state of Florida for fiction writing. A syndicated columnist, her commentary has appeared in O, The Oprah Magazine; Woman's Day; Reader's Digest; and various newspapers and websites. She lives in Miami. Visit her website at AnaVecianaSuarez.com.

January LaVoy, winner of numerous awards for narration, was named a Golden Voice by AudioFile magazine in 2019. She is an American actress best known for her character Noelle Ortiz on the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live. In addition to working extensively in narration and television, including roles on Law & Order and All My Children, she has worked on and off Broadway as well as in regional theater.

Reviews

"An exquisite brocade of history and imagination, Dulcinea tells the story of Cervantes's fictional muse, Dolca Llull Prat. Set in Spain during the height of the Inquisition, Dulcinea weaves a captivating tale of passion, betrayal, and adventure. Readers will be enthralled by Ana Veciana-Suarez's fresh feminist perspective on the classic hero's journey. A must-read."

-- "Diana Abu-Jaber, award-winning author of Fencing with the King"

"Ana Veciana-Suarez's Dulcinea, an impressive historical novel, imaginatively answers the question: Who was Cervantes' muse? With potently lyrical prose, rich historical detail, and a cast of compelling characters, readers will be utterly transported to a time in Spanish history that is contradictory, complex, and surprisingly similar to the modern world."

-- "Chantel Acevedo, author of The Living Infinite and The Distant Marvels"

"Dulcinea is a marvel--richly imagined, luminously written, and deftly textured. With meticulous attention to detail and a cast of characters flawed, fascinating, and indelible, Ana Veciana-Suarez recreates a lost world and invites us in."

-- "Leonard Pitts, Pulitzer Prize-winning commentator and author of The Last Thing You Surrender"

"Dulcinea is full of fervor and adventure, and Ana Veciana-Suarez writes with assurance and an eye for detail. The feminist reimagining we've always needed!"

-- "Gabriela Garcia, New York Times bestselling author of Of Women and Salt"

"Dulcinea is a brilliant approach to Don Quixote from the point of view of 'the other woman.' Ana Veciana-Suarez reimagines the world of Cervantes and the streets of old Barcelona through conflicts that are contemporary to us. The pages fly by. The reader is in the hands of a woman in search of her truth. A love story without parallels."

-- "Armando Lucas Correa, author of the international bestsellers The German Girl and The Night Travelers"

"A treat for aficionados of Catalonia and Spain, Dulcinea transports the reader with lush language and exquisite historical detail in a spirited tale of love, betrayal, and remorse. Readers will delight in seeing Dulcinea liberated from her previous minor role in one of literature's most influential novels, allowed to lead her own rollicking adventure and tell her own passionate story."

-- "Andromeda Romano-Lax, author of The Spanish Bow"

"A feminist reclamation of Don Quixote's Dulcinea that explores what happens when the woman who inspired the character is able to confront the writer."

-- "Kirkus Reviews"

"Love can defy class and rank...affinities can defy law and logic...and a woman can define her own fate. Set in enchanting Barcelona and on the treacherous Spanish roads during the dark days of the Inquisition, Ana Veciana-Suarez's gripping novel Dulcinea is a journey, a quest, and a bold, passionate love story. Told through the eyes of a woman who might have been Cervantes's secret lover--a cousin Dulcinea, for whom he names his own hero's muse--Dulcinea is a bold work of revelatory imagination filled with secrets, trysts, love, loyalty, deceptions, and passion. It is the perfect twenty-first century companion to Don Quixote."

-- "Laurie Lico Albanese, award-winning author of Hester"

"In Dulcinea, Ana Veciana-Suarez takes the reader on a journey of all the passionate and oftentimes contradictory emotions that comprise a life. Heartfelt and moving, this book pulses with the same lively energy as its memorable heroine."

-- "Katherine J. Chen, author of Joan"

"This is a beautiful book about art and love, and the passions that ignite them both."

-- "Sarah Blake, award-winning author of Naamah and Clean Air"