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by Kirmen Uribe

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En mayo de 1937, miles de niños vascos partieron del puerto de Bilbao rumbo al exilio. Entre ellos se encontraba Karmentxu, una niña de ocho años que fue acogida en Gante, Bélgica, por el escritor Robert Mussche. La vida de Robert cambiará con la llegada de la niña, su implicación en la resistencia durante la Guerra Civil y el advenimiento de la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
  bibliest | Jan 10, 2014 |
Literaturarako grinaz, bizipozez amodioan, Erresistentzian borrokan, kuraiaz presoaldian... Robert Mussche idazlearen izaera eskuzabalak zirrara sortzen du, baina baita larritasuna ere. Kirmen Uriberen bigarren nobela 1937ko maiatzean abiatzen da, milaka haur Santurtziko portutik erbestera atera dituztenean.
  bibliest | Apr 15, 2013 |
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