By Manuel Mújica Láinez
Bomarzo, obra cumbre de Manuel Mujica Lainez, es l. a. recuperación literaria de l. a. vida del genial duque de Orsini, un visionario del Renacimiento italiano, reelaboración apasionada, mágica y poética de todo un mundo de príncipes, cardenales, condottieri, bufones, artistas, cortesanos y escritores. Bomarzo es l. a. obra más ambiciosa y acabada de uno de los máximos exponentes de los angeles narrativa hispánica contemporánea.
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