Entrevista a Juan Marsé: En torno a El amante bilingüe

Manrique, Ana Pérez
October 2009
Confluencia;Fall2009, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p124
Academic Journal
The article presents an interview with Spanish novelist Juan Marsé. Marsé converses about novel writing in the 21st century and the place of Barcelona, Spain in his novels. He refers to cultural and linguistic pluralism and its place in literature and answers questions about the character Marés from his novel "El amante bilingüe."


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