Las Muertes de Natalia Bauer

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Alfaguara, Ediciones, S.A.- Grupo Santillana, Jan 30, 2006 - Fiction - 150 pages
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This novel recounts the life of a Natalia Bauer, a Mexican woman from the generation of '68 who one day finds herself in Canada, suffering a seemingly endless marriage crisis and fighting cancer, and decides to reject any kind of experimental treatment, giving herself up to death. Through dissimilar literary resources, this novel paints a splendid portrait of the vicissitudes of today's contemporary women.

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Virgilio
11
Brian
53
Tierno sauz
95

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