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Abad's 'Oblivion' Puts A Face On Colombia's Dead

by Juan Forero
Dec 3, 2012 (Morning Edition) — One of the rising stars in the Latin American literary world is Hector Abad. The Colombian-born author has released a searing book, Oblivion: A Memoir, in the U.S. that took him a generation to write. It's the story of his father, a beloved doctor who was murdered in the 1980s.

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