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Bolano’s Nazi Literature in the Americas

  Nazi Literature of the Americas, Roberto Bolano The first book I read by Bolano and it got me hooked. Ostensibly, a review of literature written by various Latin American fascists, it is, like much of work, occasionally funny, slightly … Continue reading

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Review: Enrique’s Sudden Death

Sudden Death Alvaro Enrique As I’ve written elsewhere recently, my tolerance for difficult prose is at a bit of a low right now. But, if its coupled with a fascinating look at the politics of renaissance Italy, the life of … Continue reading

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Review: Alacron’s Lost City Radio

Lost City Radio Daniel Alacron She reads the names of missing and disappears people every night on the radio. Across the country, people tune it to hear the name of their loved ones, disappeared during the war years. She has … Continue reading

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