Author: Juan Carlos OnettiISBN: 978-954-320-228-7
Price: 14.00 lv
Medina had performed all kinds of jobs you could think of over his different periods. An artist, a police chief, even a doctor; it might seem somewhat doubtful, but he had been even a doctor. Medina lived in Lavanda, on the other bank of the river, opposite Santa Maria, a city, which had been banned for him. He had no right to enter it and for that reason he wanted to irreversibly destroy it. And here it is; the wind speaks and Santa Maria is swept in flames. Let the Wind Speak is Juan Carlos Onetti's first novel, written in exile in Spain. This is an autobiographical story about "the first times". The first time you are cast off by society, the first time you are with someone, the first cigarette, the first double whiskey, the first....
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