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Event Coordinator. Film Executive. Poor, sweet, stupid Clara--her destiny is clear claro to everyone, to the men in her life, to the reader, except herself. At 17 she steps off a bus from the Argentine countryside and into the life Luisa Valenzuela is one of the many women who have emerged as major voices in Latin American fiction. Her elliptic metaphoric pieces broaden the definitions of short story and novel.