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Reflection on the drama of emigration
Pages: 158
Dimensions: 13 x 21 cm
In color: No
Rustic: Yes


The legacy of the doves is a hopeless tale. A story where the "bad conscience" runs through the entire text like ghosts, removing with its simplicity as stupefied beings that kindly utopia in which all of us, more or less, are immersed.

Text from 1982, Sánchez-Gómez, somehow, already sensed this entelechy of globalization with which in the 21st century he was going to reduce the imbalance of an increasingly grotesque world.

And so the drama of emigration, freedom and a collective common sense that is more extravagant every day, prevails throughout the novel with a hopelessness that can only lead us to resume the healthy exercise of reflection.


José Antonio Sánchez-Gómez , began in literature there by the inevitable poetry notebooks of every teenager. Later came the dramaturgy, to finish in this (not at all preponderant) doctorate of the novel. Thus, from that first stage, we highlight the following collections of poems in order of birth: Windows to the Gallery (1981), Travel without return (1992), De la passion ajena (1995), Versos de midnight en la Alameda de Colón (1997) and Previous Format (2003). Alternating these notebooks saw the light what made up the bulk of his reaction in those years, this time theatrical pieces: Liturgia de la memoria (edited by Fundación Teatro Cervantes, 1990), Another summer, the same garden (1999), The fragile secret of the stones (2001), Leona (2001), Oscar Wilde's Sacred-Erotic Car (2002), Buy me paradise (edited by ATAEM de Málaga, 2004.


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