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Summary

Las ratas es una novela construida a partir de una sucesión de anécdotas en las que rememora un pueblo desaparecido de Castilla. Se centra en la vida de Nini y el Ratero, los cuales desarrollaban su vida dentro de una cueva, y vivían a costa de la caza de ratas en el río del pueblo. Toda la grandeza de Castilla a través de la rebeldía callada y dulce de un niño.

Please note: This audiobook is in Castilian Spanish.

©2010 Herederos de Miguel Delibes (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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A small victory against censorship

The brief introduction included with this audiolibro explains its origins in avoiding the censorship of the Franco era. As such it provides details of rural poverty and lack of resources. At the same time it is a moving account of a young child growing up in a vividly recreated environment where his intelligence and good nature are both valued and wasted.