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Historical fiction gets literary facelift in ‘The Lacuna’

By: Heather Price-Wright

“Dios habla por el que calla.” God speaks for the silent man. Such is the mantra of Harrison Shepherd, the half-Mexican cook-turned-novelist upon whose life Barbara Kingsolver’s new novel “The Lacuna” centers. God may speak f…