An anthology of Basque short stories
Center for Basque Studies, University of Nevada, Reno, 2004 - Fiction - 222 pages
This compilation of short stories from fourteen contemporary Basque writers provides an excellent introduction to modern Basque literature. Includes stories by Bernardo Atxaga. Lourdes Onederra, and Iban Zaldua, among others.
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