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Book by Laforet Carmen
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"That this complex, mature and wise novel was written by someone in her early 20s is extraordinary. . . . But after six decades, this first novel has lost none of its power and originality, and we are fortunate to have it in this fine translation."--The Washington Post, chosen as a Washington Post Best Book of the Year"Laforet vividly conveys the strangeness of Barcelona in the 1940s, a city that has survived civil war only to find itself muted by Franco's dictatorship. . . . The spirit of sly resistance that Laforet's novel expresses, its heroine's determination to escape provincial poverty and to immerse herself in 'lights, noises, the entire tide of life, ' has lost none of its power of persuasion."--The New York Times Book Review
One of the most important literary works of post-civil war Pain, Nada is the semiautobiographical story of an orphaned young woman who leaves her small town to attend university in war-ravaged Barcelona.
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Descripción Paperback. Condición: New. Reprint. Language: English. Brand new Book. Renowned as Spain's The Catcher in the Rye, a passionate coming-of-age novel that follows a rebellious young woman as she uncovers her family's secrets in chaotic, polarized post-Civil War Barcelona "A work of genius [that recalls] Sartre and Camus, but it is fresher and more vibrant than either."--Los Angeles Times Book Review Andrea, an eighteen-year-old orphan, moves from her small town to Barcelona to attend university. Living in genteel squalor with her volatile relatives in a mysterious house on Calle de Aribau, Andrea relies on her wealthy, beautiful bohemian friend Ena to prove that normal life exists beyond the gothic dwelling she calls home. In one year, as her innocence melts away, Andrea learns the truth about her overbearing and religious aunt Angustias, her cruelly sensual, musically gifted uncle Román and his violent brother Juan, and her lovely aunt Gloria, who supports the family with furtive gambling expeditions. She also learns the truth about Ena--and why her friendship goes hand in hand with her interest in Andrea's family. Peppered with dark humor, energy, and hope, Carmen Laforet's stunning autobiographical classic is the story of a young woman who endures the harsh realities of her postwar society, emerging wiser and stronger, and with a bright future ahead of her. Nº de ref. del artículo: BZE9780812975833
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