Haar leven lijkt wel een roman, maar de Argentijnse Mika Etchebéhère (1902-1992) heeft echt bestaan. Op basis van talloze gesprekken met mensen die haar hebben gekend, door het lezen van brieven, documenten en manuscripten van Mika en haar grote liefde Hipólito weet Elsa Osorio het buitengewone verhaal te schetsen van de enige vrouw die tijdens de Spaanse Burgeroorlog een colonne aanvoerde. Mika w
Title
Mika
Author
Elsa Osorio
Translator
Marga Greuter Margriet Muris
Language
Dutch
Original language
Spanish
Original title
La capitana
Edition
1
Publisher
[Plaats van uitgave niet vastgesteld]: Ambo/Anthos B.V., 2012
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789041422484
CloudLibrary
3ku5er9

About Elsa Osorio

Elsa Osorio is an Argentinian novelist and film/television screenwriter. Osorio was born in Buenos Aires in 1953, and lived in Madrid, Spain, for 14 years before returning to Argentina in 2006.

Osorio has been awarded Argentina's highest honor for literature, the Premio Nacional de Literatura (National Prize for Literature), and her work has also won the Argentores Award for Best Comedy Screenplay, the Humor Journalism Award, and an Amnesty International Award. She has also been a finalist for the Femina Prize (France). Her sixth novel, A veinte años, Luz (1998) has been translated into 20 languages; the English-language version, My Name is Light, was first published in 2003.

Literary work

At the centre of her literary work lies an examination of contemporary Argentine history. In the process, she turns her attention in particular to the ramifications of politics for the individual, which she illustrates…Read more on Wikipedia