Una belleza vulgar
NOVEL | 2011 | 125 pages
A leave falls off a tree on a street in Buenos Aires. As it falls, it tells the stories of a building’s inhabitants. Their expectations, their reality, their dreams, their wishes… painting a multifaceted portrait of the ways of life in our times.
Flaubert’s wish come true: a novel without a plot. But, instead, perfectly argued. A narrative about the disappearance of any possible center of gravity: minor stories, transparent and innocuous, although secretly hiding their special weight. Between fate and the law of gravity.
RIGHTS: spanish (argentina) MARDULCE | spanish (spain) CABALLO DE TROYA | french NOIR SUR BLANC