Rojo y Negro
In a sawmill lost in the forests of the Franche-Comté, a young seminarian despised by his rough family, full of dreams and ambitions, reads a book. Little does he suspect that his life is about to take a decisive turn and that his entrance as a preceptor in the house of Monsieur de Rênal will be the beginning of his openness to love, life and, finally, crime. In this novel, inspired by a real event, his young and unforgettable protagonist, Julián Sorel. Plebeian in love and superb, rebellious and naive, will be subjected to the cruel touchstone offered by a world dominated by hierarchies, money and clergy.