Wednesday, 23 March 2011

Third day: Meeting with Rubén Castillo

“Life is always much more important than literature. There are doctors who save lives every day and walk down the street with humility, and writers who think they are gods, and that's a big contradiction, so literature should be viewed in perspective”.

Ruben Castillo returned to the one which has been his home for years to talk about "The Cave of the Prophecies, a novel for young people that he was almost "forced” to write at the insistence of his two children, Mary and Ruben, and in which he included real sources, the caves in which he had played as a child and the books he had grown among, the universe of a childhood that has been converted into a literary argument.

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