By Josep Maria Folch i Torres
La història d’un amor very unlikely, amb l. a. lluita obrera de los angeles Barcelona de principi del segle xx com a teló de fons. l. a. Roseta, l’heroïna proletà- ria, insurgent i pragmàtica in keeping withò inconstant, que escalarà posicions en los angeles convulsa societat del tombant de segle. L’Agustí, obrer idealista de caràcter submís, que es deixa portar aigua avall empès according to les circumstàncies. Els seus camins s’encreua- ran en un recorregut ple de conflictes, adversitats i situa- cions tràgiques. Un veritable retrat de l’època. Una obra d’estil àgil que aprofundeix en els sentiments i les idees, sovint contradictòries, dels seus protagonistes.
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