The death of my father. A story, a sea of feelings, a personal story that becomes universal at the same time as we see ourselves reflected in the episodes, the reflections, the anxieties and the anguish, fear and pain, but also hope, calm and resignation … And irony. And pieces of personal history that transcend and become life lessons that explain the past (the proclamation of the Republic, the Civil War as a soldier and human relations).
Mixed life and death, holding hands in a hospital.
Literature with capital letters, with emotions that are devoured or engulfed and words that reach the heart like hot embers and trap our thoughts as spells. Its effects do not fade when you finish reading.