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July 25, 2014 7:00 AM

‘The Book of Unknown Americans’ tells immigrants’ compelling stories

A strikingly original tale about coming to America by Cristina Henriquez is plucked from the sea of immigrant narratives — endless sagas of acclimatization that glut the Hispanic American experience — and displays love, loyalty and a longing to be accepted.

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