Arte menor

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Clarín-Alfaguara, 2006 - Fiction - 181 pages
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Fabio Gemelli, a mediocre sculptor, unfaithful husband and dreadful father. He's been dead for some years and estranged from his family for many more when his daughter Claudia finds a sculpture he made in the home of a woman who must have been his lover. Determined to map her father's life, she posts a newspaper ad to purchase sculptures by the dead artist. One by one, Gemelli's ex lovers approach her, telling her the story of the man with whom they shared a period of their lives.

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User Review  - Jesus Nomellames - Goodreads

Arte Menor is a very calm book about profound matters. The search of yourself, family, past, and what does it mean for your future. Political themes are discussed in a subtle way, which makes the book very readable and surprising. Read full review

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User Review  - Goodreads

Arte Menor is a very calm book about profound matters. The search of yourself, family, past, and what does it mean for your future. Political themes are discussed in a subtle way, which makes the book very readable and surprising. Read full review

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Section 1
9
Section 2
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Section 3
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