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Mirandola Dormir/Persefone

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Paperback, 294 pages
Published December 31st 1992 by Fondo de Cultura Economica, Mexico (first published December 1992)
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Víctor Sampayo
Es raro encontrar a alguien que describa el amor y el sexo sin lugares comunes, desde diversas perspectivas. Aridjis no sólo lo logra con este par de perfectos poemas largos, sino que además deja un reto muy alto para quien se atreva a tomarlo...
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Homero Aridjis, a Mexican writer and diplomat, was born to a Greek father and Mexican mother; he was the youngest of five brothers. As a child, Aridjis would often walk up a hillside near his home to watch the migrating monarch butterflies. As he grew older logging thinned the forest. This and other events in his life caused him to co-found the Grupo de los Cien, the Group of 100, an association o ...more
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