The languages into which the novel has been translated exceed fifteen, including French Gallimard and Japanese Hakusui Sha. Kirmen Uribe was born in Ondarroa , a fishing town about one hour from Bilbao. Uribe's father who died in was a trawlerman and his mother was a homemaker. He won his first literary prize in while he was in jail for being conscientious objector and refusing to go to compulsory military service. The book sparked great curiosity.
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