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She gives him a book to thank him for a’thrilling evening’, which he thought lame, but then he’s so gripped by the book, he can’t put it down. A story about the absurdity of our convictions – cynical, affectionate and very amusing.
Cali in the sixties. Ricardo González loves going to the movies and desperately wants to share this with another person, but he suffers unexpected consequences. This is Caicedo at his best: solitude, alienation and great affection for everything that surrounds him.
In a story which consists of two parts, Herman Melville – the great American autor – tells of two ways of being, each closed within its borders, each in its own way: the Londonian circle of free bachelors, and the society of women laborers at a one of its kind paper factory in America.
Thomas Grey stumbles on the remains of a car accident. He finds pills and photos and decides to write one of the victims. Does this have to do with the tragedy that haunts Grey from his youth? A story by one of America’s most promising young authors.
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