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Delibes, Miguel

La Partida

La Partida

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Barcelona: L. de Caralt, 1981 (1954). Segunda edicion. 162 pages 20 cm. About near fine(-) with faint traces of edge-wear ; else tight and clean. Paperback.

In Spanish. La Torre de Marfil [series]. ¶ "La Partida" explores rural life in Spain, a recurring theme in Delibes' work. he story revolves around a group of friends who embark on a hunting trip in the Spanish countryside. As the day unfolds, the narrative delves into the characters' relationships, their personal struggles, and their connection to the natural world. The work is a testament to Delibes' skill in portraying the complexities of human relationships and his deep understanding of Spain's rural culture and environment. Delibes (1920-2010) was one of Spain's most respected and popular writers of the 20th century. Born in Valladolid, he began his career as a journalist and later became a novelist, producing a body of work that reflects the social changes in Spain during his lifetime. His novels often depict rural life and the natural world, and are known for their detailed and evocative descriptions of the Spanish countryside. His works also explore themes of social inequality, the clash between tradition and modernity, and the human relationship with nature. Among his most notable works are "El camino" (The Path), "Las ratas" (The Rats), and "Los santos inocentes" (The Holy Innocents), which was adapted into a successful film. Delibes' work has been recognized with numerous awards, including the prestigious Cervantes Prize, the highest literary honor in the Spanish-speaking world."—BookBot

Contents: La partida.--El refugio.--Una peseta para el tranvía.--El manguero.--El campeonato.--El traslado.--El primer pitillo.--La contradicción.--En una noche así.--La conferencia

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