The Insufferable Gaucho , Nazi Literature in America and the monumental and surprising 2666 . Paz Soldán studi International Relations in Argentina and the Unit States, and then obtain a doctorate in Hispanic American Literature at the University of California, Berkeley. Before, she had studi in Cochabamba at the Don Bosco private school. The adventures of a group of wayward teenagers from the upper class who study at this school in their last year of high school, Give Them a and whose lives take place against the gloomy background of a country hit by the economic crisis and social disaster, constitute the core of the story. plot of one of his best-known novels,
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Río fugitivo , publish in 1998, and a finalist a year later for the prestigious Rómulo Gallegos International Novel Prize. Fugitive River is a Bildungsroman , that is, a learning novel. Like Bad Wave , by Alberto Fuguet – another well-known novel of the McOndo lineage –, it portrays the business database conflicts typical of a transitional stage in which doubts and fear of the future acquire a darker texture due to the social and political conditions under which the lives of the young characters unfold. Echoes of The City and the DogsThey also appear here.
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Although it is not the clos world of a military school. Also in Don Bosco, a Salesian school that is torn between clerical rigidity and youthful dissolution. Social life is replicat on a smaller scale, constituting a fractur microworld. Wayward adolescents, sometimes perverse and, at other times, endearing comrades, some exhibiting Europe Email talent and idealism, and others. Give Them a miocrity and practicality, and all of them with their human range of gray tones, face life as best they can, helpless as they are in the middle of a crisis. generational affect that favors antisocial behavior, existential fragility and the search for emotions that are as intense as they are volatile.