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Genre: Contemporary novel
Topic: Fiction
Number of pages: 672

Vicenç Villatoro investigates the causes that led his grandfather to leave Castro del Río, a “white and still” town in Cordova, at the age of 60, after a rough life as a leftist bourgeois councilman and textiles merchant without a business instinct, who was condemned to death by Franco’s supporters, and finally emigrated at almost the age his writer grandson is when he faces the enigmatic figure of grandfather Vicente. Un home que se'n va is a testimonial novel and a reconstruction of the past. After his grandfather died, Vicenç Villatoro travelled to Castro with his father to reconstruct together the great story of an immigrant — only one among the many who left their home town one day without knowing if they would ever return. From Vicenç to Vicente, and from Vicente to Vicenç, a journey to the origins and a projection of future.

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