Winner of the Joanot Martorell Prize, this novel is divided into four parts around the central theme of the Spanish Civil War presented from the discover. Àlex Rigola · H E A R T B R E A K H O T E L · THEATER · PHOTOS · VIDEO · OPERA · ON TOUR · CONTACT. INCERTA GLÒRIA SALES. RIGOLA. UNCERTAIN GLORY (Incerta gloria, ). Twentieth century Spain, from the civil war through the Franco dictatorship, is the new capital of.
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The contributors are Jonathan E.