“Pude escapar”: George R.R. Martin cuenta cómo los libros le dieron forma a su infancia

George R.R. Martin habla sobre la importancia de la literatura en su vida

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La lectura proporcionó un “escape” mientras crecía, dijo George R.R. Martin en el Festival Literario de Santa Fe.

“Tenía libros... y a través de los libros pude escapar”, comentó el autor mientras hablaba de su educación de clase trabajadora en Nueva Jersey.

“Fui a otros planetas y estrellas distantes”, comentó sobre la ciencia ficción, antes de hablar sobre su amor por Robert E. Howard y JRR Tolkien. “Me llevaron a la Edad Hiboria y la Tierra Media”.

The Independent es el socio de medios internacional del Festival Literario de Santa Fe. Para obtener más información sobre el festival, visita el sitio web del festival.

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