5 edition of Eternal curseon the reader of these pages found in the catalog.
Eternal curseon the reader of these pages
Originally published, New York , Random House, c1982.
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Eternal Curse on the Reader of These Pages (Spanish: Maldición eterna a quien lea estas páginas) is a novel by Argentine novelist Manuel ally written in English, it was first published in Spanish in the author's own translation.
As in other works by Puig, the story is formally experimental, consisting of mostly unattributed dialogue, digressing into stories within : Manuel Puig. Eternal Curse on the Reader of These Pages goes even further in the direction of novel as dialogue: other than a handful of letters and a job application tucked in at the conclusion, its entire pages contain a succession of conversations between two men: Juan José Ramirez, a year-old former political prisoner in Argentina who has a /5.
From its sinister-sounding title onwards, Eternal Curse on the Reader of These Pages is a stylistic tour de force. Except for five letters, a will, and a job application, which serve as a documentary denouement, the entire novel is a dialogue between an amnesiac and a dropout.
Eternal Curse on the Reader of These Pages is Puig’s fifth novel. Unlike his previous novels, it was written in English, then translated into Spanish and published as Maldicion eterna a quien.
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