Cycles of Relationships, Across Cities and Art: A Review of David Trueba’s “Blitz”

There is a small space where literary fiction, narratives dealing with finding both self and purpose, and love stories converge. The difficult thing is finding a novel that inhabits that space and actually offers a satisfying reading experience instead of a sappy, monotonous, meandering mess. David Trueba’s Blitz inhabits this space but also deconstructs the role of architecture and explores both Spain’s crippled economy from within a microcosm as well as a heterosexual relationship in which the female is much […]

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