Albert Herranz Hammer

Incident a Malaco

Incident a Malaco


Malaco has nothing to envy from other cities known to all: the same mediocre rulers, the same pathetic intellectuals, the same capitalists recreating modern slavery, the same desperate struggle and, after all, the same illusion for a future that seems to be schooling us. Herranz, with a tone that has a markedly pessimistic and sour taste but far from any idea that leads to disillusionment or abandonment of action, uses literature precisely to show how Malaco, like so many other geographical areas, literary or not, is the victim of his own system. In this way, the author proposes to build a worthy literature, aesthetically revulsive, to combat this reality.



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