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Episode 27

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The Commune (fiction)

Mexican author Guadalupe Nettel reads an excerpt from her novel “The Body I Was Born In.” The story begins in Mexico City in the late 70s. A family, a mother and her two children, leave Mexico City to try out a new life in the state of Sonora.

Narration: Guadalupe Nettel
Production: Silvia Viñas & Camila Segura
Editing: Daniel Alarcón
Photo: Lisbeth Salas

Read the full transcript in Spanish here. 

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