The Hive by Nobel Prize winner Camilo José Cela (1916-2002) is a special type of Spanish novel in which the world and realities are presented from completely new perspectives. About 300 characters, whose mobility is limited to a specific space, where thousands of trapped people, without gratitude and without hope for the future, run here and there; basically, they are post-war people, with a restless, undecided outlook and actions. The novel "The Beehive" is a reflection of the reality of post-war and dictatorial Spain, written in everyday colloquial language, seasoned with typical Spanish winged words, curses, curses, expressions and phrases specific to the Madrid dialect, which give flavor to the novel.
|Title in Armenian||Կամիլո Խոսե Սելա - Փեթակը|
|Author(s)||Kamilo Jose Cela|
|Printing||Black & White|
|Size||15 x 21 cm|
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