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Face of an Angel by Denise Chavez

Face of an Angel (edition 1995)

by Denise Chavez

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Title:Face of an Angel
Authors:Denise Chavez
Info:Grand Central Publishing (1995), Edition: Warner Books ed, Paperback, 480 pages
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Face of an Angel by Denise Chávez



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Really moving novel. I loved the theme of service. ( )
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Last in a long line of long-suffering women, once-divorced, once-widowed Soveida Dosamantes reflects on her 30 years as a waitress at the El Farol Mexican restaurant. Looking back, she hears a rich chorus of Latino voices whose touching, funny and sage advice shows her how to celebrate her true love and her true self.

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A waitress writes a handbook on waiting at tables. It is called The Book of Service and is based on her 30-year career in a Mexican restaurant in the southwest of the country. In it she meditates on the meaning of service--at work as well as in her own life--and on the role of women in a male-dominated culture. By the author of The Last of the Menu Girls.… (more)

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