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Noche sin fortuna

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En 1976 Andrés Caicedo se refirió a un texto en el que estaba trabajando («muy violento», según sus palabras) llamado Despezcueznarizorejamiento. Este texto, por lo que intuimos, se convirtió más tarde en esta novela inclasificable y contundente ―y sin duda una de sus más ambiciosas propuestas literarias― titulada Noche sin fortuna, la novela en la que Andrés Caicedo traba ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published February 1st 2008 by Grupo Editorial Norma
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Guillermojimenezespneo
Jul 21, 2009 Guillermojimenezespneo rated it really liked it
La literatura Caicedo siempre será juvenil. No tuvo tiempo, aunque si talento. Era del club (de los omnívoros). Hasta Fuguet fue conquistado y encontró párrafos espeluznantes. Lo que escribió ahí queda. Espero desesperando ¡Que viva la música! Uno más muerto antes de desarrollar su literatura, pero si lees Agustín o Saínz, más o menos de la época, no hay mucha diferencia, aunque a mí me gusta más Compadre Lobo que La Tumba. Malo es comparar, solamente es darles un marco temporal. No he leído a n ...more
Andrés Laverde Ortiz
Increíble, los giros que da y los aparentemente triviales sucesos de los que se origina cada retorcijon y cada 'mordida' de una nueva página, son simplemente increíbles. Producto de una genialidad tan grande que solo puede concebirse en una mente que puede vivir aún después de un suicidio.

Solano Patiño, Bang y Antígona, mis favoritos del mundo de Angelitos Empantanados de Caicedo, sin lugar a dudas.
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Luis Andrés Caicedo Estela was a Colombian writer born in Cali, the city where he would spend most of his life. Despite his premature death, his work is considered one of the most original in Colombian literature. Caicedo leaded different cultural movements in the city like the literary group "Los Dialogantes" (Those who speak), the Cinema Club of Cali and the "Ojo con el Cine" Magazine (Attention ...more
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