Alicia Giménez Bartlett

Alicia Giménez Bartlett

Pájaros de oro

Pájaros de oro / Golden Birds

Novel , 1986

Ed. Montesinos

Pages: 248

Catalina, a solitary professor, and Adelaida, a sensual woman, decide to spend a whole year travelling around Europe. They both become involved in a series of interwoven and unexpected events, while also seeking a solution or answer to their existential expectations. Sex, irony and imagination are the three main components of this novel, populated by impossible fauna. Europe, the novel’s true protagonist, crumbles as the two women face destiny.