Paulina

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Lumen, 1969 - Fiction - 145 pages
When Paulina, a ten-year-old orphan, is sent to the mountains to stay with her grandparents, a whole new world is opened up to her. Happy to leave her surly Aunt Susana behind in the city, Paulina discovers she has a strong affinity for the rugged country life. There she meets Nin, a blind boy, with whom she forms a lasting friendship.

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Contents

Camino de las montañas
9
En casa de los abuelos
14
Los otros niños
23
Copyright

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About the author (1969)

Ana Maria Matute was born on July 26, 1925. She studied at the international school of Hilversum in the Netherlands. She was regarded as one of Spain's greatest post-Civil War writers. Her works include Los Abel (The Abels), Los Soldados Lloran de Noche (Soldiers Cry By Night), La Trampa (The Trap), and Family Demons. She also wrote books for children and young adults including Los Ninos Tontos (The Stupid Children) and El Verdadero Final de La Bella Durmiente (The True Story of Sleeping Beauty). She received numerous awards including Spain's National Literature Award for Children's and Young People's Literature in 1984, Spain's National Literature Award in 2007, and the Cervantes Prize in 2010. She died of a heart attack on June 25, 2014 at the age of 88.

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