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Memories, history, and humanity: Confessions by Jaume Cabré

22 November 2018 02:21 PM

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“It wasn’t until last night, walking along the wet streets of Vallcarca, that I finally comprehended that being born into my family had been an unforgivable mistake.” This is the first line of Jaume Cabré’s classic ‘Confessions,’ or ‘Jo Confesso.’ While this might not be light reading in any way – both in literal weight or in subject matter – both the original material and the translation by Mara Faye Lethem produce an engaging, captivating, and even funny tale. So, what’s the main story? Check out our video!

  • Memories, history, and humanity: Confessions by Jaume Cabré