These thirteen short stories (two with side-by-side English translation) bring to light a fascinating literature long repressed by the Franco regime in Spain. The writers are young, born in the years immediately following the Spanish Civil War (c. 1940). The authors were assisted by John Dagenais, now Assistant Professor at Northwestern University. Co-published with the North American Catalan Society.
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About the Author
Albert Porqueras-Mayo is Professor of Spanish at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Honorary President of the North American Catalan Society since 1978, he is the author of El prologo en el Renacimiento espanol and Temas y formas de la literatura espanola. Jaume Marti-Olivella is the Director of Cultural Activities for the North American Catalan Society. Carme Rey i Grangè teaches Catalan Literature in Stiges (Barcelona).