'Serafina's Stories' Offers Simple, Wondrous Tale-Telling Alan Cheuse reviews Serafina's Stories, a new work of fiction by Rudolfo Anaya. The book's main character is an imprisoned Pueblo Indian girl who tells stories in exchange for the release of her fellow prisoners.

'Serafina's Stories' Offers Simple, Wondrous Tale-Telling

'Serafina's Stories' Offers Simple, Wondrous Tale-Telling

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Alan Cheuse reviews Serafina's Stories, a new work of fiction by Rudolfo Anaya. The book's main character is an imprisoned Pueblo Indian girl who tells stories in exchange for the release of her fellow prisoners.

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