El buscador de oro

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Editorial Norma, 2009 - Literary Collections - 291 pages
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Follows the adventure of Alexis L'Etang who, after the death of his father, tries to restore his family's fortune by tracking down some buried gold on the Island of Rodrigues, and in the process finds another treasure in the person of a mysterious native girl.

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Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clzio, recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Literature, was born to Mauritian parents in 1940, in Nice. At age eight the family moved to Nigeria, and on the long voyage Le Clzio began his authorial career with two short novels and a prospectus of forthcoming titles. Returning to Nice at age ten, he was awarded a Bachelor's Degree from Institut d'tudes Littraires and a Doctorate from the University of Aix-en-Provence. Le Clzio is the author of more than thirty adult and children's titles, including his breakthrough 1980 novel, The Desert, and The Prospector.

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