Barcelona: Seix Barral, (Biblioteca breve), 2019. First Edition. Paperback. 262p., wrps. New. Item #69714
In "Días sin ti" a grandmother, Dora, shares a story with her grandson Gael, a sculptor, about the path that led her to be who she is. With tenderness and rawness, she confesses her emotions to him, a young man with a special sensibility. Without his knowing it yet, she also gives him the keys to recover from wounds caused by a truncated love. This work explores what melancholy teaches us, and reflects on the idea that life and love are beautiful precisely because they have an end.