“Tócalo otra vez, Santiago.” Mass Culture, Memory, and Identity in Antonio Muñoz Molina’s El invierno en Lisboa

@inproceedings{Reed2004TocaloOV,
  title={“Tócalo otra vez, Santiago.” Mass Culture, Memory, and Identity in Antonio Muñoz Molina’s El invierno en Lisboa},
  author={Timothy P. Reed},
  year={2004}
}
Antonio Muñoz Molina’s El invierno en Lisboa (1987) recounts the tale of Santiago Biralbo, a jazz pianist that is hunted by Malcolm, a counterfeit art-dealer. Malcolm believes that the musician will help him locate his lover Lucrecia, who had tricked him and his crony Toussants Morton out of a Cézanne masterpiece that they had planned on selling. The pianist becomes involuntarily involved in a circle of intrigue and deception that reaches its climax when he kills Malcolm in self defense, runs… CONTINUE READING