Juan the Landless
|Original title||Juan sin tierra|
|Publisher||Editorial Seix Barral|
Published in English
Juan the Landless (Spanish: Juan sin tierra) is a 1975 novel by the Spanish writer Juan Goytisolo. Published by Seix Barral, it marked Goytisolo's return to a Spanish publisher following the death of Francisco Franco. It is the last installment in the Álvaro Mendiola trilogy, which also includes Marks of Identity and Count Julian.
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