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Simulacros

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In this collection of short stories, the author explores the realities of life that are confused with dreams. These dreams are filled with lies and deceit, not unlike the lies and deceit that are found in real life. This collection includes written, oral, and interpretative activities calling for the reader's participation and creativity. Prologue by Sergio Ramírez.
Paperback, 656 pages
Published January 1st 2013 by Español Santillana (first published 1999)
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Benjamin Zapata
Nov 20, 2011 rated it it was amazing
A perfect introduction to one of the best new writers in the spanish literature,for sure one of the best from Bolivia. A book that brings together some of his best stories from two of his early tales collections:"Las mascaras dela Nada" and "Desapariciones". With influences of Jorge Luis Borges,Julio Cortazar,Italo Calvino,Kafka,Nabokov,....he has become a master of the short-short tale,his talent is amazing,one of the most exciting writers in the world!
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