The Inhabited Woman

The Inhabited Woman

Book - 1994
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Baker & Taylor
When the spirit of an Indian woman warrior from the time of the Conquistadors inhabits the mind of Lavinia, a middle class woman, she joins a conspiracy against her nation's ruthless dictator

Blackwell North Amer
The Inhabited Woman is an intelligent and politically sophisticated adventure-romance in which the soul of an Indian warrior woman from the time of the Conquistadors inhabits the body and mind of Lavinia, a middle class woman living in a Latin American country. With daring and growing self-assertion, Lavinia abandons the confines of her own privileged life to join an underground movement against a dictatorship, undergoing a personal transformation in which she finds - through love - the power and courage to act.

Publisher: Willamantic, CT : Curbstone Press ; East Haven, CT : Distributed in the U.S. by InBook, 1994
Edition: 1st English language ed
ISBN: 9781880684177
Characteristics: 412 p. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: March, Kathleen N. 1949-


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