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The Infatuations

11:00am | Thursday 21 March 2013
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About this Event:

Impac award-winning Spanish novelist Javier Marias talks about his much-anticipated new novel. The Infatuations is a metaphysical murder mystery addressing questions of life, death, love and morality that has been acclaimed as a highly original literary achievement. It features Maria Dolz who stops at the same cafe every day for breakfast and enjoys watching the same handsome couple who follow the same routine. One day the couple are not there and Maria later comes across a newspaper photograph of the man lying stabbed in the street.

Marias has published ten novels including A Heart So White, winner of the prestigious Dublin IMPAC award. He has translated many English authors into Spanish, including Joseph Conrad, and has taught in the United States and Britain including as a Spanish lecturer in Oxford.

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