El creuer dels etcèteres

Author: Joan Guasp

Joan Guasp proposes us a journey rather more fun, absurd, but as enigmatic and, on occasions, as critical with the most immediate reality as that of Fellini himself in E la nave va. The passengers and the crew of this boat also experience moments of euphoria, such as at departure, of concern, with the arrival of the dolphins, or of panic, with the fall of the twin chimneys, this a reference to historical events treated with a magnificent sense of distance and a major dose of humour, where one can recognise Guasp at his sharpest and most critical, and committed to his society…

(From the “Pròleg” by Francesc López, in the version published by Bròsquil Ed.)


Spanish El crucero de los etcéteras Victoria Szpunberg

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