The novel is settled in a small rural village from Gipuzkoa, Basque Country where ETA established their totalitarian regime. This situation affects two families that were friends in the past, but not in the present.
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On the day that ETA announces that it will abandon the armed struggle, Bittori visits the cemetery to tell the grave of her husband, El Txato, assassinated by the terrorists, that she has decided to return to the house where they lived.
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- http://www.elperiodico.com/es/noticias/ocio-y-cultura/entrevista-fernando-aramburu-patria-5391144. Unknown parameter
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- Snippet: Fernando Aramburu’s “Fatherland”, Literary Rambles.
Other websites[change | change source]
- Patria at Planeta de Libros (Spanish)