Wolf’s Ears

Antonio Ungar

NOVEL. EDICIONES B, 2006. 143 PAGES.

Wolf’s Ears tells the story of a red-headed child who wants to be a tiger. It features a series of funny, moving fragments, mockery of adults and the hallucinations of a childish world. This novel is a strange love song to life and childhood as its most essential, wild state.

With a father who’s more like a madman than a father, who will soon be a ghost, and a grandmother he hates, our protagonist wishes that his school were the jungle. However, slowly, happiness seeps into his life: his love for his mother, the sister with the cat’s head, the great man, Aldana, who makes him laugh, and the most beautiful creature – animal or vegetable – that the boy has ever seen in his life.

This is the story of a boy who refuses to accept the mediocrity of adults, who is determined to be a jungle animal, to be insanely childish, wild and free.

PUBLISHED BY: Spanish EDICIONES B | Francia LES ALLUSIFS | USA BRUTAS EDITORAS

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