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The Communist's Daughter

Aroa Moreno Duran

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Tinder Press
09 February 2021
Fiction & Literature; Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945); Second World War fiction; Fiction in translation
'[I was] completely transported . . . so sparely and yet vividly told' Clare Chambers Winner of the Premio Ojo Critico Katia has spent her childhood in the eastern shadow of the Berlin Wall. For her father, refugee of the civil war in Spain, the communist side of Germany represents everything he fought and suffered for. Katia knows no other way of life, until a chance encounter with a young man from the West leaves her to wonder what the other side might offer. It's only after she's made the perilous journey that Katia understands all she has left behind, and years until she will finally know the devastating consequences it had on her family.

Translated for the first time in English, this exquisite and powerful novel punches right to the heart of how one choice can change a whole future.

'Aroa Moreno Duran writes with a rare sensitivity' Claire Fuller 'A fascinating story of personal and political uprootedness. . . written with the delicacy that touches the reader's heart' Manuel Vilas
By:   Aroa Moreno Duran
Imprint:   Tinder Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 216mm,  Width: 135mm, 
ISBN:   9781472268983
ISBN 10:   1472268989
Pages:   208
Publication Date:   09 February 2021
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming

Aroa Moreno Duran is the author of the critically acclaimed debut novel THE COMMUNIST'S DAUGHTER, winner of the Premio Ojo Critico for Best Fiction of the Year. She studied journalism in Madrid, has a Masters in Publishing, and a Masters degree in Radio and TV. She is the author of two poetry collections, and author of two biographies on Frida Kahlo and Federico Garcia Lorca. She has taught journalism workshops in Mexico and now writes for Infolibre, La Marea and other media.

Reviews for The Communist's Daughter

This is a perfect novel, because of its depth, thrill and how the author is firm in every decision she makes This is a fascinating story of personal and political uprootedness. The character Katia is moving and at the same time illuminates the ideological dramas of 20th century European history. A novel written with the delicacy that touches the reader's heart


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