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Summary of this issue on the journal's website. Previous summaries in Dialnet. See numbers available in the Library of the International Institute.
Summary of this issue on the journal's website. Previous summaries in Dialnet. See numbers available in the Library of the International Institute
Summary of this issue: TOPIC OF THE MONTH *The writer as a trophy. Antonio Lozano THE PERSECUTOR'S BLOG *From James Bond to Oprah in Uranus. Ricard Ruiz Garzón *Borges and Sabato, return to Backlist. Ricard Ruiz Garzón CATALAN LYRICS *“Thriller” apocalyptic with eucalyptus trees in the background. Toni Vall GALICIAN AND BASQUE LYRICS *We interviewed Diego Amexeiras. Ramon
Summary of this issue: *Robin Hood, a myth with feet of clay *When the Earth gives no more of itself... *Kate Moss, model of rebellion *The Laforet mystery *John Irving, user manual *We spoke with Fernando Marías *Marie NDiaye, Goncourt's attitude *We interviewed Raúl Guerra Garrido *Atlantis, Greece *Still holding Tabucchi *Word of
Summary of this issue: *The impossibility of an island. Following in the footsteps of "The Island of Doctor Moreau" and "Jurassic Park", Warren Fahy proposes in "Henders" (Planet) a disturbing evolutionary bio-thriller. *From France with love. Anna Gavalda, Muriel Barbery, Katherine Pancol and Claudie Gallay lead the quality, sentimental French novel *The theft of
Summary of this number: *Dead as living as read. After the phenomenon of the crepuscular vampires, the hour of the literary zombies arrives * The open book, the hands in the dough. A selection of titles dedicated to the aromas and flavors from here to the East, from traditional cuisine as well as experimental