Set in an imaginary country that evokes, without a doubt, Latin American Republicans unfortunately had to suffer through dictatorships that ravaged the continent throughout the twentieth century. General Santibanez’s last speech presents us with a dictator prisoner of his own idiosyncrasies. With an elegant style, Elena Marqués achieves an accurate mindset of those living under a dictatorship.
|Publisher:||Ediciones Oblicuas, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.10(w) x 7.80(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Elena Marqués has a degree in Spanish Philosophy and is an editor for the Andalusian Parliament. She has received many awards for her stories and poetry and was a finalist in many occasions. She has also published pieces in magazines and anthologies.