After the death of Javier Marías, the reactions have followed one another. Writers, journalists and, above all, hundreds of readers have wanted to show their admiration and gratitude for a unique work.
The political class has also been dismayed by the death of the writer. The Minister of Culture, miquel icetahas been one of the first to lament the loss in a message on his Twitter account in which he assures that “his work will keep him alive in our memory”.
From More Madrid they have also joined the condolences and their spokesman in the Madrid City Council, Rita Master, has proposed that a street or library in the city bear the name of the writer. “We understand that his literary talent is unquestionable and Madrid must remind youalways taking into account the will of his family”, Maestre has detailed through Twitter.
In the same social network, the President of the Government, Pedro Sanchezhas affirmed that this Sunday is a sad day for Spanish letters, because with the death of Javier Marías “he leaves us one of the great writers of our time“. “His immense and talented work will always be a fundamental part of our literature,” he said.