Barcelona: Anagrama, (Narrativas hispánicas, 636), 2019. 1st Edition. Paperback. vi, 667p., wrps. New. Item #71148
The reader will find in these pages houses whose interior mutates; passages that hide unimaginable monsters; rituals with fierce and ecstatic human sacrifices; wanderings in the psychedelic London of the sixties, where Gaspar's mother met a young androgynous singer named David; human eyelids turned into fetishes; enigmatic sexual liturgies; the relationship between parents and children with the burden of an atrocious inheritance; and, in the background, the repression of the military dictatorship, the disappeared, and later, the uncertain arrival of democracy, and the first outbreaks of AIDS in Buenos Aires.