Jaume Vallcorba. Writer and publisher. Tarragona, 1949


If intelligence is the ability judiciously to relate two or more apparently distant and unconnected objects or ideas, Oscar Tusquets has the ability always to apply it with wisdom. Moreover, he does so (naturally, since we are talking about intelligence), without adhering to convention and preconceived ideas (a polite way of referring to prejudice). If intelligence is, in addition, the ability to remember those relationships in order to be able to apply them in the future, in the will to act and intervene, there we have the proof of it in his three books published to date. / See also, in particular, Todo es comparable, Más que discutible, Dios lo ve. Also: play, stimulus, discovery, enthusiasm.