Fernando Aramburu, born in San Sebastián, Spain, in 1959, studied Spanish Philology at Saragozza University and the 1990s he moved to Germany to teach Spanish. He has published novels and short story collections, translated into many different languages. Homeland, released in Spain in 2016, was a huge hit and award winner, including the Critics’ Prize. Published in Italy by Guanda in 2017, it also intrigued Italian readers and critics and in 2018 it won the European Strega Prize and the Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa Literary Prize. Guanda has also published the novel Anni lenti (2018) and Dopo le fiamme (2019).

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