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Letras Libres 7/2012
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7/2012

Letras Libres
 

Dossier
La civilización del espectáculo

The civilization of the spectacle
Mario Vargas Llosa, Gilles Lipovetsky
Una conversación
Carlos Granés
Tríptico sobre política y espectáculo
Triptych on politics and entertainment
María Minera
El mejor arte posible
The best art possible
Rafael Lemus
El espectáculo de la literatura mundial
The spectacle of the World Literature

Convivio

Convivial
Gabriel Zaid
El negocio de las conferencias
The conference business
Peter Stamm
El vestido más hermoso (cuento)
The most beautiful dress (short story)

Entrevista

Interview
Eduardo García Rojas, José Aníbal Campos
Peter Stamm

Reportaje

Reportage
Jonathan Littell
Un inferno de lo mas normal
A very ordinary hell
[translation from the original article in French by Tomás Granados Salinas]

Poemas

Poems
Yehuda Amijái
Poema (versión de Claudia Kerik)
Poem (translation by Claudia Kerik)
Edward Hirsch
Dos poemas (versión de Pedro Serrano)
Two poems (translation by Pedro Serrano)
James Joyce
Música de cámara (versión de José Luis Rivas)
Chamber Music (translation by José Luis Rivas)

Libros

Book review
Christopher Domínguez Michael
Anniversary of Marcelino Méndez Pelayo
Antología de estudios y discursos literarios, by Marcelino Menéndez Pelayo
Apuntes biográficos de Menéndez Pelayo, by Miguel García Romero
Examen crítico de la obra de Menéndez Pelayo, by Emilio Castelar, Bernardino Martín Mínguez
Estudios de erudición y homenaje a Menéndez Pelayo, by several authors
El último sabio. Marcelino Menéndez Pelayo, by Antonio Santoveña Setién
Manuel Arranz
Prosas, de Robert Frost
Collected Prose, by Robert Frost
Eduardo Moga
El fugitivo. Poesía reunida (1985-2010), de Jesús Aguado
El fugitivo. Poesía reunida (1985-2010)
[The Fugitive. Collected Poems (1985-2010)], by Jesús Aguado
Leah Bonnín
Historia de los hermanos Soga, de Anónimo
Soga Monogatari, by anonymous
Wilfredo H. Corral
No leer, de Alejandro Zambra
No leer [Do Not Read], by Alejandro Zambra
Javier Ozón
En casa. Una breve historia de la vida privada, de Bill Bryson
At Home: A Short History of Private Life, by Bill Bryson

Artes y medios

Arts and media
Vicente Molina Foix
Cine: Los filmes de Warhol
Films: Warhol films
Jorge Edwards
Arte: Gerhard Richter en el Centro Pompidou
Art: Gerhard Richter at Centre Pompidou in Paris
Mauricio Montiel Figueiras
Dibujo: Kafka, una escritura privada
Drawing: Kafka, A Private Writing

Letrillas

Current issues
Rodrigo Fresán
Literatura: El bien de Philip Roth
Literature: Philip Roth in ten books
Daniel Gascón
Economía: Las palabras de la crisis
Spanish crisis: The tropes of the crisis
Mª Teresa Giménez Barbat
Ciencia: El capital erótico
Science: Erotic capital
Nicolás Casariego
In memóriam: Ray Bradbury (1920-2012)
In memoriam: Ray Bradbury (1920-2012)
Malcolm Otero Barral
Mundo editorial: La venta de Tusquets
Editorial world: The sale of Tusquets

Columnas

Columns
Hugo Hiriart
Diario infinitesimal: En la gusanera
Infinitesimal journal: In the worm nest
Enrique Serna
Aerolitos: La inteligencia iletrada
Aerolitos: The illiterate intelligence
Roger Bartra
Sinapsis: Democratizar a la democracia
Synapses: Democratize democracy
Guillermo Sheridan
Saltapatrás: Archivo muerto
Saltapatrás: Dead file


 

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