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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. In part the story of its own writing, this quasi-autobiographical, postmodern novel weaves a tale of jealousy, sex, dope and alcoholism around the theme of the narrator's so-far frustrated literary ambitions.
The integral and inalienable setting is the urban Mexico of the mids, with the Cold War still the international political backdrop to everyday life.
Wending his In part the story of its own writing, this quasi-autobiographical, postmodern novel weaves a tale of jealousy, sex, dope and alcoholism around the theme of the narrator's so-far frustrated literary ambitions. Wending his way through angst-ridden erotic entanglements and a session with his Freudian analyst an anti-Lacanian, we learn , the narrator, who goes by the author's real name, finally arrives at his dream encounter - and 'dream' may well be doubly apt, because the episode's relation to everyday reality is left undefined - with famed Latin-American author and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in , Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Perhaps the laureate will write a preface to his latest novel. The guy feels happy at first but then in the middle of the traffic and the smog he realizes that there aren't any Amarantas and Aurelianos Buendias there, there aren't any Jose Arcadios, that all there are are drunks, gangs, poor people trampled by the yuppies - that after all, the jungle is gone. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published September 26th by Trafford Publishing first published More Details Original Title.
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