“The King's Resinated Wines” is a novel that acts like a double-sided coin: on one side there isa disheveled old man who was once a king. On the other side, a paunchy guy who looks like Gargantua or a farmer who smiles while holding a glass of wine in his hand.
The narrator flips the coin into the air, and as it flips, reveals through letters and secrets, family stories and images of an puzzled country, struck by unemployment and a new immigration wave.
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