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By Montserrat Madariaga

¿Cómo fue el proceso de conversión de Roberto Bolaño que lo llevó a ser un escritor? ¿Qué fue lo que vivió junto a los infrarrealistas en ciudad de México? ¿Hay una coherencia entre ese Bolaño veinteañero y el que escribe 2666, poco antes de morir? Este libro responde esas y otras preguntas sobre el origen y el contexto en el que se formó uno de los escritores insoslayables de los angeles literatura hispanoamericana de las últimas décadas. A partir de un viaje a los angeles ciudad mexicana y luego de entrevistarse con muchos compañeros de Bolaño de aquellos años, Montserrat Madariaga reconstruye un período basic en l. a. biografía del escritor, que sentó las bases de su novela más reconocida y, quizás, de toda su obra.

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While the child-flâneur in Foer’s novel feels most comfortable and free when walking, the investment banker and cricketer Hans feels most at ease when moving through the city and always out of Manhattan by train. Walking in Netherland is inscribed into routines that are localized in Manhattan. Consequently, Hans walks only in his neighborhood, mostly taking the same routes to the same places. One of these routines is breakfast at a local diner. Walking there every weekend, covering the same distance at the same pace in regular intermissions, brings reassuring coherence, but unlike train journeys, which always reveal something new, the route is linked to boredom.

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