Ariel Dorfman

Ariel Dorfman

Ariel Dorfman, born in Argentina in 1942, is a Chilean citizen who was forced into exile after the 1973 coup that overthrew Salvador Allende and established General Pinochet as dictator. His numerous books have been translated into over twenty languages.

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A censor discovers that the subversive novel he is about to ban is describing his own life and hinting that a terrible fate awaits his son. He must hunt down the author before it comes true...

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The Resistance Trilogy

Three powerful political plays in one volume - with a substantial introduction by the author.

Widows

A smouldering political allegory about a political protest in a country ruled by a military junta. From the author of Death and the Maiden, written in collaboration with Tony Kushner, author of Angels in America.

Death and the Maiden

A woman seeks revenge when the man she believes to have been her torturer happens to re-enter her life.

Purgatorio

A Man and a Woman in purgatory - a soul-less white room. Each is interrogated in turn by the other. Each is groping for forgiveness and contrition. But one of them has done something unforgiveable...

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