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Pablo Tusset
 ©Eva Pastor
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Pablo Tusset
Barcelona, 1965

In spite of his avoidance of conventional media, Pablo Tusset has come to be regarded as one of the most solid and original voices of contemporary European literature, his work now having been translated into over twenty different languages. So far, he has written a hilarious, irreverent comedy that was immediately made into a film (Lo mejor que le puede pasar a un cruasán, 2001), a dark and disturbing thriller (En el nombre del Cerdo, 2005) and a satire caricaturing Spanish politics over the last decade (Sakamura, Corrales y los muertos rientes, 2009).

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