Eduardo Berti in the footsteps of his father, between dreams and exiles

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Several stories overlap in A foreign father, abundant novel by Eduardo Berti which reads like the story of a fabulous journey. An Argentinian writer (double of the author) embarks on the writing of a novel on an episode in the life of Joseph Conrad. While writing, he realizes that between the story of Conrad (a foreigner who has reinvented himself, who has changed his language, name, profession) and the story of his own father, there are many similarities. Eduardo Berti then decides to go to the south of England, to Pent Farm, in the footsteps of Joseph Conrad.

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