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Soldados de Salamina

Author: José Pablo García; Javier Cercas
Publisher: Barcelona : Reservoir Books, 2019. ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Spanish : Primera ediciónView all editions and formats
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Towards the end of the civil war there was, near the border with France, a shooting of Francoist prisoners. One of them escaped alive, thanks to a young republican soldier, and was able to take refuge in the forest. It was Rafael Sánchez Mazas, poet, founder of Falange and future minister of Franco. Sixty years later, a low-level novelist unearths this war episode and, fascinated by it, intends to investigate and
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Genre/Form: Comic books, strips, etc
Graphic novel adaptations
Graphic novels
History
Named Person: Rafael Sánchez-Mazas; Rafael Sánchez-Mazas
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: José Pablo García; Javier Cercas
ISBN: 9788417511517 8417511512
OCLC Number: 1099527278
Notes: Based on the novel by Javier Cercas.
The graphic adaptation.
Description: 150 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 25 cm
Responsibility: basada en la novela de Javier Cercas ; guión, dibujo y color de José Pablo García.

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Towards the end of the civil war there was, near the border with France, a shooting of Francoist prisoners. One of them escaped alive, thanks to a young republican soldier, and was able to take refuge in the forest. It was Rafael Sánchez Mazas, poet, founder of Falange and future minister of Franco. Sixty years later, a low-level novelist unearths this war episode and, fascinated by it, intends to investigate and clarify his circumstances.

La adaptación gráfica de una novela imprescindible de la narrativa española. Hacia el final de la guerra civil se produjo, cerca de la frontera con Francia, un fusilamiento de prisioneros franquistas. Uno de ellos escapó con vida, gracias a un joven soldado republicano, y se pudo refugiar en el bosque. Se trataba de Rafael Sánchez Mazas, poeta, fundador de Falange y futuro ministro de Franco. Sesenta años más tarde, un novelista en horas bajas desentierra este episodio bélico y, fascinado por él, se propone investigar y aclarar sus circunstancias. Soldados de Salamina, novela de Javier Cercas publicada originalmente en 2001, ha sido aclamada como un clásico moderno de la literatura por, entre otros, Kenzaburo Oé, Susan Sontag, George Steiner o Mario Vargas Llosa. Presentamos ahora una minuciosa adaptación gráfica a cargo de Jose Pablo García, uno de los autores de cómic españoles con más proyección internacional.

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