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Ramona

How did a little girl come to be abandoned in the orange scented square of the Andalusian City of Seville? Find out, when the course of her life is resumed at age seventeen.

"Ramona" is a literary work that deals with Europe in transition and the relationships that form an ususual life.

A truly remarkable novel by Johnny John Heinz.

Read Reviews. Nominated for the Booker Prize 2002.

Ramona by Johnny John Heinz. ISBN: 1-904433-01-4.

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Ramona Contents

Prologue Seville

One Sierra Morena

Two Cambridge

Three The Reading Group

Four The Gospel

Five Carmen's Story

Six Abduction

Seven Nom de Plume

Eight Maria's Story

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