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Gabriel Garcia Ochoa

The Winterlings by Cristina Sánchez-Andrade, translated by Samuel Rutter

December 2016, no. 387

The village of Tierra de Chá in Cristina Sánchez-Andrade’s novel The Winterlings feels a bit like Gabriel García Márquez’s Macondo, without the magic realism. It is a small community riddled with family secrets, desiccated aspirations, incest, and regrets. Located in Galicia, in north-western Spain, Tierra de Chá is full of succulent characters. Th ...

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