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The Unusual Ways of Roberto Bolaño

June 14th 2013

The narrators are failed artists, poets and writers struggling to get by in a world that has left them hopeless, a world where the Mexican and Chilean dictatorship wars are a constant underlying backdrop…’ Discover the unusual writing techniques of Roberto Bolaño in this essay from ANUSHREE NANDE.

Fantasies of Julio Cortázar

June 12th 2013

You could say Julio Cortázar was destined to write from the moment he was christened with the name Julio, after the French writer Jules Verne.’ HUGH FULHAM-McQUILLAN takes us through the life and works of Julio Cortázar.

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