VICTORIA by Fernando Rivarés


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Victoria is one woman and many at the same time. She represents an entire group of lonely and strong women in love. The pain of war, betrayals, love deprivation, loneliness, motherhood and the struggle for social equity are the common foundation of fives intertwined stories narrated in five particular moments throughout the History of Spain.

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The story starts in 2004 and from then on the reader will be traveling back in time diving into the sentimental chronology of Victoria: the Cuban Independence War (1895); the suffocating times of the postwar in the Spanish 40's, still enlightened by the remembrance of the so called 'Generation of the 27'; the last years of Franco Dictatorship; and finally, the vibrant modernity of the years that have followed until today.

Fernando Rivarés Esco (1970) is a journalist, a writer, an editor, an University teacher and an art curator from Zaragoza (Spain). Besides, since June 2015 is the councillor of Economics and Finance for the local Government of Zaragoza.

  • Age Adults
  • Binding Paperback
  • ISBN 9788496911864
  • Language Spanish
  • Pages 232
  • Product Dimensions 23 x 15.4 cm
  • Publisher Tropo Editores

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