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Collection ELIA BARCELÓ LIBRARY

EL EFECTO FRANKENSTEIN (NUEVA EDICIÓN)

Being a woman, a twenty-first century medicine student, wearing trousers with a zip and having its own criteria is probably not the best camouflage to go unnoticed in the university society of Victor Frankenstein era.
The Frankenstein effect opens up a dialogue between two eras and leads us to think about gender, social and professional equity. And, as the original Shelley work, it puts emphasis on the obligation to accept our responsibilities and the consequences of our actions.
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2020 YOUNG ADULT NATIONAL AWARD WINNER

2022 HACHE AWARD (READER'S AWARD)

Rights sold to Brazil, Bulgaria, Lithuania and Audiobook

ISBN: 978-84-683-6952-5
Code: 139502
Publication date: 20/09/2023
288 pages
Size: 15.0cm x 23.0cm. Paperback
Cover price: 14.95 
Recommended subjects:
Geography and History
Theme:Children's / Teenage fiction and true stories
Biography
Barcelo, Elia

<b>Elia Barceló </b>is considered one of the most important Spanish science-fiction writers. From her first work she made it clear that what interested her most was to narrate the extraordinary. Not necessarily fantastic or supernatural, but things that are not usual.<br/> <br/> Born in Alicante in 1957, she studied English language and literature, and Spanish language and literature later on. She achieved her doctorate at Innsbruck University (Austria) where she has been living for over 37 years already.<br/> <br/> She published her first story (science fiction) at the age of 22 and at 32 her first book, Sagrada. Since then she has combined teaching at university with writing.<br/> <br/> Elia Barceló has published around 60 stories and 25 books, 12 of which are for young people and she has been translated to 19 languages.

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