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Un andar solitario entre la gente, by Antonio Muñoz Molina
In Elvira Navarro's brilliant mindbender of a novel, A Working Woman , Elisa becomes increasingly fascinated by her roommate, the more willful and dramatically unhinged Susana. Navarro picks 10 of her favorite Spanish-language books published this century. This is a list of books available in translation on the American market, but written originally in Spanish since by young authors who have already shrugged off the insidious label of "promising" to become the real thing. They are works of fiction and autofiction, novels and short story collections that I have found stimulating. I have chosen young writers because I feel it would be more interesting for readers to explore new directions than for me to focus on authors who are already part of the literary canon, and so familiar to a great many people. Sangre en el ojo is a work of autofiction in which the Chilean author Lina Meruane imagines herself losing her sight and testing the love of her partner Ignacio, who has to act as her guide dog. The protagonist, whose progressive blindness threatens the very marrow of her being, demands of Ignacio the love that she is incapable of feeling for herself.
The best pieces of literature in any language are timeless and universal. These works are written in an artful manner combining compelling storytelling with well-crafted descriptions—all while simultaneously pointing towards the moral compass inherent within each and every one of us. Some of the greatest minds that our world has seen create these works in a bid to entertain, teach and expand your mind through philosophical quandaries. As far as Spanish literature goes, the most powerful novels and short stories can appeal to native speakers as well as those who are learning the language. As noted above, classic novels in any language are defined by their ability to stand the test of time—and they can only do so by transcending their culture and time period.