Que me quieres, amor? Ediz. spagnola e inglese. Per le Scuole superiori

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Santillana Casa Editrice, 2000 - Fiction - 198 pages
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Each short story of this book is a magic spell crafted with the indisputable rhythm and sensibility that are hallmarks of Galician author Manuel Rivas. The title Que me quieres, amor? stems from the story of a lover who abruptly changes his life after a bank robbery. Love pervades the characters of other stories, including the father who goes to work each night worried where his son has spent the night, and a childhood recollection of a mother who ineffably resembles a milkmaid that Dutch painter Vermeer depicted in 1660.

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Manuel Rivas was born in Galicia, in Spain, in 1957, and has worked for many years as a journalist as well as a prize-winning novelist. One his short stories formed the basis for José Luis Cuerda's award-winning film "Butterfly," which Gabriel Garciá Márquez said was "a perfect marriage of film and literature.

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