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Nada By Carmen Laforet. Translated by Edith Grossman. I have to admit that, until a month ago, I had never heard of Carmen Laforet. The idea that there might be a lone woman in what seems the unrelievedly male pantheon of Spanish novelists of the post-Civil War era - an era which to outsiders, as Mario Vargas Llosa writes in his introduction to "Nada," seems to reek of "fustiness, sacristy and Francoism" - was like discovering an extra story built in a house you thought you knew. It was originally published in , when its author was 23, and it created a sensation in Barcelona.

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She received the Premio Nadal in Laforet was born in Barcelona, Spain , but at the age of 2 she moved with her family to the Canary Islands where she spent her childhood. In at the age of 18, Laforet left for Barcelona where she studied Philosophy at the University of Barcelona while living with relatives. In she departed for Madrid where she studied Law at the Universidad Complutense.

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The Spanish Decameron is an anthology of 54 Spanish short stories selected and edited by Andrea Imrei. Julio Carrion Gonzalez, a man of tremendous wealth and influence in Madrid, has come home to be buried. Against such a past, where do faith and loyalty lie? A young girl spends her summer vacation in a country house where a tiger roams.

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