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Mi madre (Spanish Edition)

Richard Ford

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ISBN 10: 843397534X / ISBN 13: 9788433975348
Published by Anagrama, 2013
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Title: Mi madre (Spanish Edition)

Publisher: Anagrama

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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Se llamaba Edna Akin, y habia nacido en 1910, en un rincon perdido de Arkansas, una tierra dura donde apenas diez anos antes forajidos y atracadores formaban parte del paisaje. Edna es la madre de Richard Ford, y el punto de partida de la reconstruccion, entre certezas y sospechas, pero siempre con un pudico e intenso amor, del enigma de la novela familiar. Y de la historia de esa nina a quien su madre la abuela de Richard Ford hizo pasar por su hermana cuando abandono a su marido y se fue a vivir con un hombre mucho mas joven. De esa superviviente que se caso con un viajante y, antes de tener hijos, vivio quince anos en la carretera, en un puro presente. De esa madre que se quedo viuda a los cuarenta y nueve anos, y que fue entonces de un trabajo a otro para mantenerse y mantener a su hijo adolescente, y nunca penso que la vida era otra cosa que lo que le habia tocado vivir. / She was called Edna Akin and she was born in 1910, in a lost corner of Arkansas, a hard land where only ten years before fugitives and raiders had formed a part of the landscape. Edna is Richard Fords mother, and is the starting point for the piecing together of the enigma of this family novel which lies between certainties and suspicions, but always with a modest and intense love. This great American novelist says goodbye to the woman who gave birth to him. This farewell is moving as well as perturbing. (Jean-Paul Dubois).

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Richard Ford is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist.

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