Sergio del Molino: “The country is like the family, a story that comforts us” | Culture | EUROtoday

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It has been greater than 15 years for the reason that novel Germans, by Sergio del Molino, started to take form. Some information put the author on the path of “the Germans of Cameroon”, a historic curiosity about which he has developed a fiction that invitations us to replicate on identification, homeland and household. The e book, Alfaguara 2024 prize, has been the final proposal of the second season of the Culture and Literature Reading Club. Babelia. The author spoke a number of days in the past with a gaggle of EL PAÍS subscribers, as a part of this system of unique actions for subscribers of the newspaper.

“The homeland is a story, like family, it is something we tell ourselves to comfort us or give us a sense of community,” explains Del Molino throughout his dialog. Germans reconstructs a kind of narratives, that of the descendants of a few of the Germans who in 1916, dwelling in Cameroon, surrendered to Spain and ended up settling in Zaragoza.

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