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Friends of mine by Ángela Pradelli

Friends of mine (2002)

by Ángela Pradelli

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Friends of Mine contains a series of seemingly unrelated events in the lives of four childhood friends: Olga, Ema, Patricia, and the ubiquitous Me. The book is divided into one preliminary section entitled “Friends,” describing the years of childhood pranks, the angst of teenage years, and sets the scene for the following sections: “Olga,” “Ema,” “Patricia,” “Me,” and “Ema: Her Death,” which relate the individual lives of each woman. Yet in spite of their long connection to each other, the four friends have met only once per year for twenty years each December 30 to touch base and reconnect via their adventures and misfortunes. Throughout the rest of the year, however, except in the case of Ema and Patricia—who meet more frequently—the friends live their lives separately and have little contact with one another.
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