Crippled 16-year-old Catalina is the one person unable to join in the festivities of the Feast of the Assumption. But then she has a vision of the Virgin, and is miraculously cured. In the dark days of the Spanish Inquisition, such a claim to blessedness has serious consequences, especially when Catalina seems more inclined to obey her heart than the demands of the Church. The last of Maugham's novels, Catalina is a romantic celebration of Spain and a delightfully mischievous satire on absolutism.
©2012 W Somerset Maugham (P)2012 Audible Ltd
"From an era that produced George Bernard Shaw, H.G. Wells, and John Galsworthy, Maugham is the great survivor." (Economist)
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