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1919. Dos jóvenes pilotos asombran al mundo al realizar el primer vuelo transatlántico sin escalas, desde Terranova, en Canadá, hasta Irlanda. En el avión viaja una carta firmada por la reportera Emily Ehrlich, una carta que tardará casi un siglo en ser abierta y cuyas palabras encierran el destino de cuatro generaciones de mujeres.Colum McCann es uno de los grandes novelistas de las letras contemporáneas, traducido a treinta y cinco lenguas y ganador de premios como el National Book Award o el International ...
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Transatlántico

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1919. Dos jóvenes pilotos asombran al mundo al realizar el primer vuelo transatlántico sin escalas, desde Terranova, en Canadá, hasta Irlanda. En el avión viaja una carta firmada por la reportera Emily Ehrlich, una carta que tardará casi un siglo en ser abierta y cuyas palabras encierran el destino de cuatro generaciones de mujeres.Colum McCann es uno de los grandes novelistas de las letras contemporáneas, traducido a treinta y cinco lenguas y ganador de premios como el National Book Award o el International IMPAC Dublin Prize. Con Transatlántico ha escrito un fresco vertiginoso que abarca tres siglos, una proeza literaria que demuestra cómo el coraje y la esperanza pueden transmitirse de generación en generación y vencer el paso del tiempo.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788432222894
  • Publisher: Grupo Planeta
  • Publication date: 5/6/2014
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Planeta
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 432 KB

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Colum McCann
Colum McCann
Colum McCann, the author of the acclaimed Songdogs and Fishing the Sloe-Black River (Owl Books, 0-8050-4107-9), was recently described as "New York's most visible up-and-coming Irish writer" (The New York Times). He lives in New York City with his wife and daughter.
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