The House of Ulloa


Author: Emilia Pardo Bazán

A rich and unforgettable tragic-comic novel of sexual intrigue and political scheming in nineteenth-century Spain, The House of Ulloa fully deserves to be recognised as one of the great novels of the age.,,The House of Ulloa follows pure and pious Father Julián Alvarez, who is sent to a remote country estate to put the affairs of the marquis, an irresponsible libertine, in o….Read More

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