Antonio Perez Henares: we speak now of genocide did not leave any indian alive

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Caesar CerveraSEGUIR Updated: Save Send news by mail electrónicoTu name *

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There are many types of writers. Some are sophisticated intellectuals of a desk, library or living room nineteenth century, fought in the discussion on the sound of words. Other, more well, they are kickers intrepid jungles, deserts and trenches that are left a piece of them in each writing. To this second group belongs, without a doubt, Antonio Pérez Henares (Bujalaro, Guadalajara, 1953) , Chani for his many friends, among which one of them, Juan Eslava Galán, addressed recently the best compliment possible: “Her novels you feel that you are experienced” . You can feel the splash of mud, the thunder and the smells pouring from each page.

“Head of cow” (Ediciones B),his last novel, is a work that

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