The Yellow Rain

Llamazares, Julio

Editorial: Vintage, 2004
ISBN 10: 009945937X / ISBN 13: 9780099459378
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Sinopsis: Ainelle is a village high in the Spanish Pyrenees. Its houses now stand deserted - and have done so for many years - most of them in ruins. Its last surviving inhabitant, an old man at death's door, lingers on, and as the first snows of the year fall and the 'yellow rain' of autumn leaves flutters about him, he recalls the life he lived and the ghosts - once his friends and neighbours - who now frequents his wavering memory and who have taken possession of his solitude. Hailed on first publication, and continuously reprinted, Julio Llamazares' powerful monologue - an elegy to the power of memory - is rightly regarded as a modern classic of Spanish literature. 'Immediately satisfying - a haunting farewell to a way of life' - "Time Out". 'Poignant and exquisite - a sublime and relevant fable' - "Scotland on Sunday". 'A novel that does honour to Spanish literature' - "Corriere della Sera".

About the Author: Julio Llamazares was born in the now vanished town of Vegamian in 1955. Trained as a lawyer, he moved to Madrid, where he now lives, to devote himself to journalism and writing. He has written novels, including the much-praised Luna de Lobos, as well as prize-winning books of poetry.

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Título: The Yellow Rain
Editorial: Vintage
Año de publicación: 2004
Encuadernación: Paperback
Condición del libro: Good

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