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Los peces de la amargura

by Fernando Aramburu

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No hi ha ningú que pugui explicar millor la realitat basca que algú que l'hagi viscuda. Per molt que la intentem comprendre mitjançant els mitjans de comunicació no ens farem mai una idea de la seva complexitat. Penso que Aramburu amb aquests deu relats ens apropa més als sentiments contradictoris al voltant d'ETA que qualsevol telenotícies. M'han emocionat totes les narracions, sobretot "Enemigo del pueblo". ( )
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Fernando Aramburu è nato a San Sebastián nel 1959. Studia Lettere e Filosofia all’università di Saragozza e nel 1985 si trasferisce a Lippstadt, nel nord della Germania dove tutt’ora risiede e lavora.
Considerato uno degli scrittori più importanti della letteratura spagnola contemporanea è autore di saggi letterari e numerosi romanzi: Fuegos con limón (1996), Los ojos vacíos (2000), Il trombettista dell’Utopia (2003), Vida de un piojo llamado Matias (2004), Bami sin sombra (2005) e saggi letterari.
Alla sue opere sono stati attribuiti diversi riconoscimenti: Premio Ramón Gómez de la Serna (1997), Premio Euskadi (2001), Premio Vargas Llosa (2006), Premio Dulce Chacón (2007).
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Short stories about the human suffering caused by terrorism focuses on the effects of attacks by Basque nationalists on the family and friends of the victims, including the title tale, about the father of a young woman who lost her leg.

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