Ms. Quixote Goes Country: Raised on the Marxist Frontier L E Vega

ISBN: 9781479178605

Published: February 5th 2013

Paperback

400 pages


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Ms. Quixote Goes Country: Raised on the Marxist Frontier  by  L E Vega

Ms. Quixote Goes Country: Raised on the Marxist Frontier by L E Vega
February 5th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 400 pages | ISBN: 9781479178605 | 10.15 Mb

Why take L.E. Vegas novel seriously? The truthful and eccentric novel Ms. Quixote Goes Country - Raised on the Marxist Frontier is a testimony inspired by the tragic death of Freddie Prinze, Sr. The main character in the novel, city slicker JoannaMoreWhy take L.E. Vegas novel seriously?

The truthful and eccentric novel Ms. Quixote Goes Country - Raised on the Marxist Frontier is a testimony inspired by the tragic death of Freddie Prinze, Sr. The main character in the novel, city slicker Joanna Lee Colinas, nicknamed Joalee, hikes to battle current mysterious real life American Gulag windmills. The novels narrator rants one of L.E. Vegas recurring literary themes, that it does not pay to be Anti-American, that stagnating in the stereotypical sense of oppression of both her Latin predecessors and many contemporaries is not the answer.

Politically, Joalee must balance a lonely place placing her ahead of her time. Thus, she dons on a Quixotesque knightess armour, a symbol of her gentle strength, prepared to combat being weighed down by todays escalating human division. The novel takes the shape of an endearing cubist journal with tinges of an imaginary island, Pracee, a place that seems socially warped. With echoes of growing up in a feverish Marxist family, L.E. Vegas novel illustrates in humorous Quixotesque fashion Joalees acquisitive stepfathers agenda to impose on her Mr.

Freddie Prinze Sr.s calvary. Joalee, though, is heartened by Mr. Freddie Prinze, Sr. himself, who comically appears to her as a Knight Blueprint while she washes some bird poop off her Ms. Quixote armour at the country creek. Like a Jean Jacques Rousseau appearing in a Gauguin painting, Ms. Quixote Goes Country - Raised on the Marxist Frontier presents sketches of the still existing national anarchy where Joalee reckons that she and Mr.

Prinze, Sr. converge. For more information about the novelist, and to read about her upcoming books or events, you may visit the authors website, LEVega.Net.



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