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It is a story with an abrupt ending, everyday and without glamour, set at the time of the ‘procés’ trials on an unnamed Mediterranean island. Is he mirror of a social decadencely of one viral disease that, although it has been practically eradicated among animals, it persists as a plague that affects men more than ever. ‘Ràbia’ (Prow), by Sebastià Alzamora (Llucmajor, 1972) stars a writer in crisis who has his dog poisoned by his dog Taylor, for no known reason. After failing in different areas, he had finally found in this large ‘cussa’ the ideal partner, a living being who listened to him, who did not judge him and with whom he could share long walks through Bellavista.

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