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Nowadays, it's difficult to find a honest public person, well-known people who lead their lives according to their principles, people who are not outshone by power and money. This lack of coherence between what they declare and how they live is a constant that most of us don't understand but, unfortunately, accept. The fact that one of them shows that it's possible to be honest give us a breather. Javier Marías has shown that is an excellent writer and a coherent man by rejecting the Spanish National Narrative Prize. He received it for The Infatuations but I would like to suggest you the first novel I read written by him.
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CORAZÓN TAN BLANCO, de Javier Marías
A HEART SO WHITE, by Javier Marías
“No he querido saber, pero he sabido que una de las niñas, cuando ya no era niña y no hacía mucho que había regresado de su viaje de bodas, entró en el cuarto de baño, se puso frente al espejo, se abrió la blusa, se quitó el sostén y se buscó el corazón con la punta de la pistola...”
" I didn't want to know but I have since come to know that one of the girls, when she wasn't a girl anymore and hadn't long been back from her honeymoon, went into the bathroom, stood in front of the mirror, unbottoned her blouse, took off her bra and aimed her own father's gun at her heart..."