An account of adventures towards the inside of the protagonist who as a contemporary Scherezada, the anonymous protagonist unleashes his freedom wildly in a picaresque very personal narration. The passion of the text is in its protagonist who institutes itself as a happy symbol of the enormous lie that is the act of narrating a story. Irritating and amusing at the same time, advances in vulgarity and taste, depending on the case, undertaking as a great challenge the will to rescue things as they are, trying to capture them with their original vibration, accumulating memories of facts that by their vanity end up overcoming their condition. The story is life itself and it is subordinated rhythm and ambition.
This is a used copy in very good condition with light, general wear.
By Gustavo Sainz. Hardcover. 307 pages. Published by Grove/Atlantic Press, 1988.