E. F. Granell - The Novel of the Tupinamba Indian — presented by Natalia Fernández, David Coulter, and Allan Graubard

Upcoming Event
Saturday, February 3, 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Eugenio F. Granell (1912-2001) was a Galician surrealist artist, writer, and revolutionary. He fought in the Spanish Civil War and later turned his experiences into this hallucinatory picaresque novel. Part Cervantes, part absurdist fable, and part political cautionary tale, Granell’s narrative gives a unique perspective on his world and on ours. To celebrate the long-awaited English version of this modernist classic, Granell’s daughter Natalia Fernández (who runs the Granell Foundation and museum in Santiago de Compostela) will discuss her father’s life and work with David Coulter, Granell’s translator (an educator and surrealist artist). Allan Graubard, co-editor of Invisible Heads — Surrealists in North America: An Untold Story and author of many books including Roma Amor and Targets, will read from the novel.

5015 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
Fiction & Poetry
The Novel of the Tupinamba Indian Cover Image
By E. F. Granell, David Coulter (Translator)
ISBN: 9780872867468
Availability: In Stock—Click for Locations
Published: City Lights Books - December 12th, 2017

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