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Bill Bryson, in his now classic book Down Under, demonstrates the lack of interest in Australia of another Anglo-Saxon country, the United States, by counting the few references to Australia in an American newspaper throughout the course of one randomly selected year. In any event, we were careful. My personal connection with Australia originates from that tragic moment in history, when Europe was not yet looking towards the future, but rather fighting for survival. Alexander travelled to Germany, and in Munich he met a woman, a widow with one child. Madrid: Aguilar, World War II ended in May, but millions of Europeans awoke not only to a devastated, starving and terrified continent, but also to one rocked by revenge and killings. I believe that at a time when we are living through the biggest wave of refugees since the end of World War II, Australia invites us to reflect upon who we are, and upon the notion of humankind as people who travel. Cualquiera que haya viajado por Australia se encuentra constantemente con situaciones similares a las que describe Manu. Three of those refugees were called Alexander, Paul and Slobodan Petrovic. This is how Buruma describes the panorama: A closer look, in the beautiful spring of , at this blessed landscape of picturesque villages and country churches, would have revealed something stranger and more disturbing. Each nation had its own history, and in Yugoslavia it was particularly complex and violent. We headed out into the countryside with that piece of painted wood which summarises tens of thousands of years of history and survival of the original inhabitants of Australia. Barcelona: Galaxia Gutemberg, Leguineche, Manuel. But it is also undeniable that Australia symbolises the possibility of creating a society based on hope, a place to start from scratch for millions of human beings. Manu also devotes a fair few pages to the immigrant Basques and their stories — the difficulties they had at first, not just in adapting to a hard and distant land but in being accepted as citizens with full rights, so as rid themselves of the tag of second-class Australians. This is frequently inversely proportional to the actual knowledge of and genuine interest in that country. Numerosos verdugos nazis trataban de escapar y de esfumarse en medio del caos. Barcelona: Muchnik Editores, Hughes, Robert. The feeling is much stronger than in other immigrant countries, such as the United States, Canada, Argentina, or even France. All this in the midst of an ethnic and religious balance that was put to political use to unleash hatred, as would happen again in the 90s. A word from the translator and co-editor As an academic, I have spent most of my working life reading, studying, analysing and teaching contemporary Spanish literature, but it is perhaps my more recent endeavours as a literary translator that have given me the greatest joy. Some had even written their text before being asked. Monks, tree fellers, farmers, shepherds, cooks, foresters… Spaniards started to arrive in Australia in the 19th century to help develop many trades, as long as they were paid and allowed to begin a new life. Needless to say, it never came back. There are beings like those in Spain mingling with other weirder ones, some who bounce around like basketballs rather than walking, and others, humans, who arrived thousands of years earlier. A reader might not even remember the last time he or she read news about Australia in the Spanish press, and if they did, it might well be because a shark had bitten a surfer or something similarly newsworthy. It is an opportunity delve into the work of Spanish writers and their writing in an entirely different way, and to make them, their work and the cultures and experiences on which it is based better known in the English-speaking world and in particular, to Australian readers. In the Antipodes, everything is much more recent, and you frequently come across the first arrivals. Since the end of the 18th century, however, Australian society has been shaped by foreigners from all over the world who either decided, or were forced, to travel there. We were fascinated by the legend of an Australian uncle. These visits have created and deepened personal friendships, while frequently also allowing me to give the writers exposure to further small pockets of Terra Australis. Australia from Darwin to Sydney. Historia de Barcelona: Pasado y Presente, Chatwin, Bruce. Las calles estaban desiertas, salvo ellos. Barcelona, RBA Libros, Buruma, Ian. Slobodan never managed to get to Australia to see his brother, but he sent his oldest son, Rade, who was an adolescent at the time, when we were still boys. The only thing these writers, so different from each other, have in common is the fact that they travelled to Australia and wrote about it. Tres de aquellos refugiados se llamaban Alejandro, Pablo y Slobodan Petrovic. The horizon was distant. At the same time, it gives Spaniards yet another insight into their Antipodean fellow-beings. The allure of a trip to the other side of the world — technically, for us Spaniards, not Australia but New Zealand, which I also visited in the second stage of that journey — is hard to match. El horizonte quedaba lejos. Rade returned full of tales of kan Even if he had only gone, touched down in Sydney and returned in a matter of hours, it would have seemed the height of adventure and exoticism to us. It would also appear that the current Australian population at times forgets its immigrant origins, when one considers the measures it has taken against refugees who try to reach its shores by boat, and who are locked up on island-prisons. He stayed and they were married. And I believe we were right in our assessment of their level of fascination, as the majority of the writers responded positively to the invitation to submit to the collection. I remember how, in Adelaide, one of the Spanish academics who had invited me asked her husband Steve to accompany me while I did some sightseeing. Manu Leguineche — the renowned Spanish reporter who covered almost all the conflicts in the second half of the 20th century until illness left him stranded in his house in La Alcarria, east of Madrid — summarises this mixture of cultures and nationalities in his customary narrative way in the book he wrote about the Antipodes, La tierra de Oz. This opportunity goes hand in glove with my commitment over the years to bringing Spanish writers to Australia. This was confirmed for me by Rosendo Mercado who, despite only having travelled outside Spain on a limited number of occasions, could not resist the temptation to spend hours stuck inside several planes without being able to smoke, in order to come to Australia to give two concerts and to shoot a surrea9. I would like to thank all of them for their generous collaboration in this spatial-temporal adventure, and also their translator, Lilit Thwaites, who served as their host in Australia. Many civilians were not even sure the war was really over. Anyone who has travelled in Australia constantly encounters situations similar to the ones Manu describes. It is a planet which is like Planet Earth but which nevertheless produces a sense of being another world. Hence the title, Australian Connection, a collection of diverse tales and stories which connect these writers to each other and Spaniards to this other side of the world. Numerous Nazi executioners tried to escape and vanish in the midst of the chaos. A Croatian sold us provisions, a Chinese man, the flagons of wine, a Dutchman, the bottles of salt to counteract excessive sweating, a man from Malta, the adventure novels necessary to drive off the tedium of the interminable desert crossing, and a Serbian garage owner, the roo-bar to ward off kangaroos. And on top of that, he gave us a present, a boomerang. This is why, when you offer someone in Spain the possibility of travelling to Australia, their imagination immediately engages, almost as if you were offering them the chance of a trip to Mars. They were not entirely clear what their final destination would be, although they were mainly thinking of America. Perhaps because of its temporal and spatial distance, Australia could almost be the name of another planet, a sort of intergalactic colony Spaniards expect to reach after a flight of several days in a space ship, landing in a place that looks like the bar in Star Wars. And for the actual inhabitants of this planet Oceania, it will be like reading a document from the future in which they see themselves through the eyes of others, so distant and yet so near. Not only do they feel attracted to the Antipodes but, in addition, the inhabitants of this remote, upside-down planet are extremely welcoming and want to receive these intergalactic visitors, often to catch a glimpse of their own planet from the perspective of these aliens. But that gigantic island continent is fascinating not just because it is so far away — too many hours of flying time to measure and recall — but because of stories like the one of uncle Alejandro. We threw the boomerang with all our might, trying not to lose sight of it during its circular flight. La idea de ir y volver para contar lo que vieron en ese otro planeta tierra, suele resultar tremendamente seductora. Pero, sobre todo, los abo Barcelona: RBA, Una breve historia de casi todo. Their odyssey began in Belgrade before the end of the War, when they already believed that all was lost, and had no wish to remain behind, trapped in a Europe dominated by Stalin — even if, in the end, Yugoslavia was one of the few socialist countries not within the Soviet zone. It is, moreover, a place which took off thanks to convicts sent from the other side of the world to what was then an unknown land — terra incognita — as is described so masterfully by Robert Hughes in The Fatal Shore. Not in Adelaide.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Es un verdadero placer ver todos nuestros esfuerzos llegar a buen puerto. The brothers only came together twice in all those years. 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