Una tumba ; Numa: una leyenda

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Alfaguara, 1987 - Fiction - 114 pages
The stories are strange, the style is dense, and the treatment is sensitive. Benet's very personal vision is brilliantly displayed in these two stories, and the reader finds it easy to understand the author's high standing in Spanish literature. In Una tumba, a nineteenth-century grave with a roughhewn gravestone is found on a farm. In Numa, the reader finds a kind of legend, a tale of atavisms and myths.

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