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Letras Libres 8/2012
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8/2012

Letras Libres
 

Dossier
Los raros, once escritores ocultos

The eccentrics, eleven hidden writers
Juan Pablo Villalobos, invited editor
Los raros (introducción)
The eccentrics (an introduction)
Alan Pauls
Jorge Baron Biza, el hombre del subsuelo
Jorge Baron Biza, the underground man
Jorge Baron Biza
El desierto y la semilla (fragmento)
The desert and the seed (excerpt)
Xavier Pericay
Irene Polo, periodista
Irene Polo, journalist
Irene Polo
Pedro Rico, alcalde de Madrid, en Barcelona
Pedro Rico, mayor of Madrid, in Barcelona
Juan Malpartida
Nicolás Gómez Dávila, escolios sin texto
Nicolás Gómez Dávila, scholia without text
Nicolás Gómez Dávila
Escolios a un texto implícito (fragmento)
Scholia to an implicit text (excerpt)
Rafael Gumucio
Juan Emar, el hombre del pijama azul
Juan Emar, the man in blue pajamas
Juan Emar
Miltín 1934 (fragmento)
Miltín 1934 (excerpt)
Damián Tabarovski
Copi, ˇaceleren!
Copi, speed up!
Copi
El uruguayo (fragmento)
The Uruguayan (excerpt)
Llucia Ramis
Cristóbal Serra, los guińos del ermitańo
Cristóbal Serra, hermit winks
Cristóbal Serra
Fragmentos seleccionados
Excerpts
Patricio Pron
Osvaldo Lamborghini, la lengua revolucionaria
Osvaldo Lamborghini, the revolutionary language
Osvaldo Lamborghini
El fiord (fragmento)
The Fiord (excerpt)
Emiliano Monge
Efrén Hernández, obsesión por los abismos
Efrén Hernández, obsession for the depths
Efrén Hernández
Tachas
Leonardo Valencia
Pablo Palacio, breve enigma
Pablo Palacio, brief enigma
Pablo Palacio
La doble y única mujer (fragmento)
The double and only women (excerpt)
Juan Pablo Villalobos
Francisco Tario, el fantasma que ríe
Francisco Tario, laughing ghost
Francisco Tario
Equinoccio (fragmento)
Equinox (excerpt)
Yaiza Santos
Zenobia Camprubí, mujer sin sombra
Zenobia Camprubí, woman without a shadow
Zenobia Camprubí
Diario (fragmento)
Journal (excerpt)


 

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