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Nazi Literature in the Americas: Book summary and reviews of Nazi Literature in the Americas by Roberto Bolano
Nazi Literature in the Americas Summary
A tour de force of black humor and imaginary erudition, Nazi Literature in the Americas presents itself as a biographical dictionary of writers who espoused extreme right-wing ideologies in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Nazi Literature in the Americas Reviews
"The wild inventiveness of Bolaño's evocations places them squarely in the realm of Borgesanother writer who draws enormous power from the movement between the fictive and the real." - Publishers Weekly.
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Roberto Bolano Author Biography
Roberto Bolaño was born in Chile on April 28, 1953. For much of his
life he lived a nomadic existence, living in Chile, Mexico, El Salvador, France
and Spain. During the 1970s, he formed an avant-garde group called infrarealism
with other writers and poets in Mexico where he lived after leaving Chile when
it fell under military dictatorship. He returned to Chile in 1972 but left again
the next year when General Augusto Pinochet came to power.
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