Entrevista con Pilar Zapata Bosch

de Urioste, Carmen
October 2009
Confluencia;Fall2009, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p131
Academic Journal
An interview with Spanish author and philologist Pilar Zapata Bosch is presented. Zapata Bosch converses about the importance of words and their study and her development as a writer. She also answers questions about her novels "Mea culpa" and "La lujuria de las horas" and discusses the use of first person narration in her stories.


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