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After the unprecedented success of The Empty Spain, Sergio del Molino returns with an intimate novel that looks back to the past from the resigned lucidity of the present, calling on a whole country and a whole generation. In 2016, Sergio del Molino was not surprised when he Had been his philosophy professor at the institute, the activist Antonio Aramayona, told him that he would commit suicide. The look of the fish begins as a book about this charismatic teacher, defender of public education, secularism and the right to a dignified death , To become immediately a dialogue with the past and the memory of the author himself, who recalls a teenage years full of rage, noise and violence in the poor neighborhood of Zaragoza that he always planned to escape. In this dialogue «between the past and the present Written from a first person in which many readers can put their own, "Sergio del Molino explores the guilt for abandoning those who taught me The first betrayals and disappointments, and the always gray boundaries between rebellion and complicity with the abject, always returning to the figure of a teacher "coherent until the implausible" that triggered the springs of young people who sought his pro. .. After the unprecedented success of The Empty Spain, Sergio del Molino returns with an intimate novel that looks back to the past from the resigned lucidity of the present, calling on a whole country and the whole generation. In 2016, Sergio del Molino was not surprised when he was a professor at the institute, the activist Antonio Aramayona, told him that he would commit suicide. The look of the fish begins as a book about this charismatic teacher, defend of public education, secularism and the right to a dignified death, to become immediately to dialogue with the past and the memory of the author himself, who recalls the teenage years full Of rage, noise and violence in the poor neighborhood of Zaragoza that I have always planned to escape. In this dialogue "between the past and the present Written from a first person in which many readers can put their own," Sergio del Molino explores the guilt for abandoning those who taught me The first betrayals and disappointments, and the always gray boundaries between rebellion And complicity with the abject, always returning to the figure of a teacher "coherent until the implausible" that triggered the springs of young people who sought his pro ...


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After the unprecedented success of The Empty Spain, Sergio del Molino returns with an intimate novel that looks back to the past from the resigned lucidity of the present, calling on a whole country and a whole generation. In 2016, Sergio del Molino was not surprised when he Had been his philosophy professor at the institute, the activist Antonio Aramayona, told him that he would commit suicide. The look of the fish begins as a book about this charismatic teacher, defender of public education, secularism and the right to a dignified death , To become immediately a dialogue with the past and the memory of the author himself, who recalls a teenage years full of rage, noise and violence in the poor neighborhood of Zaragoza that he always planned to escape. In this dialogue «between the past and the present Written from a first person in which many readers can put their own, "Sergio del Molino explores the guilt for abandoning those who taught me The first betrayals and disappointments, and the always gray boundaries between rebellion and complicity with the abject, always returning to the figure of a teacher "coherent until the implausible" that triggered the springs of young people who sought his pro. .. After the unprecedented success of The Empty Spain, Sergio del Molino returns with an intimate novel that looks back to the past from the resigned lucidity of the present, calling on a whole country and the whole generation. In 2016, Sergio del Molino was not surprised when he was a professor at the institute, the activist Antonio Aramayona, told him that he would commit suicide. The look of the fish begins as a book about this charismatic teacher, defend of public education, secularism and the right to a dignified death, to become immediately to dialogue with the past and the memory of the author himself, who recalls the teenage years full Of rage, noise and violence in the poor neighborhood of Zaragoza that I have always planned to escape. In this dialogue "between the past and the present Written from a first person in which many readers can put their own," Sergio del Molino explores the guilt for abandoning those who taught me The first betrayals and disappointments, and the always gray boundaries between rebellion And complicity with the abject, always returning to the figure of a teacher "coherent until the implausible" that triggered the springs of young people who sought his pro ... Descargar Libros PFD: La Mirada De Los Peces Gratis : La Mirada De Los Peces eBook Online ePub