A Woman Unknown / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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This beautifully nuanced memoir is a profound meditation on the three cultures-Spanish, English, and Catalan-that have shaped Lucia Graves's life and thought. It is also a complex portrait of Spain under Franco. The author explores the patterns of love, sacrifice, and forbearance that mark not only her own life but those of many other Spanish women she has known.
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About the Author
Lucia Graves has performed literary translation for twenty five years, publishing more than thirty volumes, mostly from English into Spanish or Catalan and also translating works into English, for many authors including Anaïs Nin, Emilia Pardo Bazán, Katherine Mansfield, Carlos Ruiz Zafón, and Robert Graves. The autobiographical novel A Woman Unknown is her first original work, followed by The Memory House, a novel.