First published in 1965, Patas de perro is a fierce allegory of discrimination and social exclusion in modern society. This brave novel is the story of Bobi: half dog, half-human. At home he sleeps on the floor, doesn’t wear shoes, and eats raw meat. At school he is taunted and physically assaulted and is a painful circus attraction.
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About the Author
Carlos Droguett was an author and essayist and was awarded the National Prize for Literature in 1970. He is also the author of Sixty Dead on the Stairs, Eloy, and The Man Who Had Forgotten, among many others.