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Homo Lubitz / Homo Lubitz
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Homo Lubitz / Homo Lubitz

Synopsis:

An affecting portrait of contemporary man.

Richard O’Hara waits in a hotel to sign a contract between the Chinese government and a group of Western pharmaceutical companies that will turn him into a rich man. After his stay in Asia, he receives a strange commission: to find a landscape that appears in an old photo. Obsessed with the image, he will embark on a journey around the planet in the company of a woman named Amanda. In this vertiginous thriller, where accidents play a key role, vampires are art collectors, and the director David Cronenberg explains the true spirit of the twenty-first century, Ricardo Menéndez Salmón shows his confidence in literary fiction as an instrument for interpreting our world.

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Highlights Homo Lubitz

1

A novel that represents a radical divergence from his other works, where dialogue is foregrounded, setting the tone and offering a key to understanding the book

2

Homo Lubitz is a panorama of the predominant themes in Menéndez Salmón’s work: evil, the quest, art as the sole possibility of transcendence, the unease of living, and solitude.

3

Ricardo Menéndez Salmón is one of the most respected and admired authors in the Spanish literary landscape.

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Éditions Jaqueline Chambon (France).

Technical data

Publishing date: 2018/01/16 | 272 pages | ISBN: 978-84-322-3329-6

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