Fri. Sep 30th, 2022

Leonardo Padura has just published what is for him his “most Havana” novel, “Decent People” (Tusquets), in which the island’s capital is “almost another character” who ceases to be a passive being to become active. , in the critical and frustrated eyes of the Cuban author.

“Poets, in general, belong to one language, one culture, but novelists have a much closer relationship with places and the city is beloved,” Padura (Havana, 1955) said in an interview on his way to F. Zaragoza, on a tour of Spain to promote his literary novelties.

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