"We Are What We Remember, But We Are Also What We Forget": Interview With Paloma Díaz-Mas
Contemporary Spanish novels, Feminism, Interview, Paloma Díaz-Mas, Spanish women writers
Anales de la Literatura Espanola Contemporanea
In this interview with Paloma Díaz-Mas which took place in June 2017 in Madrid, the author discusses different topics such as dementia, memory and forgetfulness, relationships between mothers and daughters, as well as gender roles in present-day Spain. Additionally, the writer addresses connections among her works, explaining how her novels El sueno de Venecia (1992), Como un libro cerrado (2005), and Lo que olvidamos (2016) may be considered a trilogy due to their exploration of similar concerns. Lastly, Dfaz-Mas comments on her writing process, the autobiographical aspects in her work, and her plans for future projects.
Department of Languages and Literatures
Original Publication Date
UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa
Jerónimo, Heather, ""We Are What We Remember, But We Are Also What We Forget": Interview With Paloma Díaz-Mas" (2019). Faculty Publications. 609.