LA MIRADA DE LOS PECES by Sergio del Molino


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After the unprecedented success of La Espana Vacia, Sergio del Molino returns with an intimate novel that looks at the past from the resigned lucidity of the present, challenging a whole country and a whole generation.

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In 2016, Sergio del Molino was not surprised when his philosophy professor at the institute, the activist Antonio Aramayona, told him that he was going to commit suicide.This is a book about this charismatic teacher, who is a defender of the public education, secularism and the right to a dignified death, but immediately becomes a dialogue with the past and the memory of the author, who remembers an adolescence full of rage, noise and violence in the poor neighborhood of Zaragoza from which he always planned to escape.

Sergio del Molino (Madrid, 1979) is a Spanish writer and journalist who lives in Zaragoza. He has worked for almost ten years as a reporter in the Heraldo de Aragón, where he currently writes a Sunday column. He has published short stories, an essay, works of research and a collection of articles. He has won the Premio de Literatura Joven del Gobierno de Aragón for fiction. His first novel, No habrá más enemigo (There’ll be no more enemy), was shortlisted for the Francisco Casavella Award in 2011 and was chosen as one of the best ten books of 2012 by the Spanish Booksellers Association. 

  • Age Adults
  • Binding Paperback
  • ISBN 9788439733263
  • Language Spanish
  • Pages 224
  • Publisher Literatura Random House

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